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In the world interior of capital : for a philosophical theory of globalization

Author: Peter Sloterdijk; Wieland Hoban
Publisher: Cambridge, UK ; Malden, MA : Polity Press, [2013]
Edition/Format:   Book : English : English editionView all editions and formats
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Displaying the distinctive combination of narration and philosophy for which he is well known, this new book by Peter Sloterdijk develops a radically new account of globalization at the beginning of  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Sloterdijk; Wieland Hoban
ISBN: 9780745647685 0745647685 9780745647692 0745647693
OCLC Number: 860834263
Description: viii, 308 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: First Part. On the emergence of the world system. Of grand narratives --
The wandering star --
Return to earth --
Globe time, world picture time --
Turn from the east, entrance into the homogeneous space --
Jules Verne and Hegel --
Waterworld : on the change of the central element in the modern age --
Fortuna, or : the metaphysics of chance --
Risk-taking --
Delusion and time : on capitalism and telepathy --
The invention of subjectivity : primary disinhibition and its advisers --
Irreflexive energies : the ontology of the headstart --
Nautical ecstasies --
'Corporate identity' on the high seas, parting of minds --
The basic movement : money returns --
Between justifications and assurances : on terran and maritime thought --
Expedition and truth --
The signs of the explorers : on cartography and imperial name magic --
The pure outside --
Theory of the pirate : the white terror --
The modern age and the new land syndrome Americanology 1 --
The five canopies of globalization : aspects of European space exportation --
The poetics of the ship's hold --
Onboard clerics : the religious network --
The book of vice-kings --
The library of globalization --
The translators --
Second Part. The grand interior. Synchronous world --
The second ecumene --
The immunological transformation : on the way to thin-walled 'societies' --
Believing and knowing : in hoc signo (sc. globi) vinces --
Post-history --
The crystal palace --
The dense world and secondary disinhibition : terrorism as the romanticism of the pure attack --
Twilight of the perpetrators and the ethics of responsibility : the cybernetic erinyes --
The capitalist world interior : Rainer Maria Rilke almost meets Adam Smith --
Mutations in the pampering space --
Revaluation of all values : the principle of abundance --
The exception : anatomy of a temptation Americanology 2 --
The uncompressible, or : the rediscovery of the extended --
In praise of asymmetry --
The heavenly and the earthly left.
Other Titles: Im Weltinnenraum des Kapitals.
Responsibility: Peter Sloterdijk ; translated by Wieland Hoban.

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