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Joseph A. Schumpeter : from Norms to Politics.

Author: Richard Swedberg
Publisher: Oxford : Wiley, 2013.
Series: Key contemporary thinkers.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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Joseph A. Schumpeter (1883-1950) is one of the most celebrated authors on the economics and sociology of the twentieth century. Richard Swedberg's new biography provides an engaging and vivid account of Schumpeter's varied life, including his ventures into politics and private banking as well as his academic career. As a backdrop to these, Swedberg also discusses Schumpeter's tragic personal life. This book provides  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Swedberg
ISBN: 9780745654805 0745654800
OCLC Number: 843642814
Description: 1 online resource (356 pages).
Contents: Cover; Dedication; Title page; Copyright page; Key Contemporary Thinkers; Abbreviations; Acknowledgements; 1 Introduction; Feminism, identity and difference; From homosexual to gay and lesbian to queer; The influence of poststructuralism; Hegel and desiring subjects; Postscript; 2 Rethinking Sex and Gender; The trouble with women; Feminism and the sex/gender debate; Denaturalizing sex and gender; Cultural intelligibility --
contesting heteronormativity; From phenomenology to performativity; Performing gender; Women in/and feminism; Conclusion; 3 Towards a Subversive Gender Politics. From parody to politicsSubversive gender politics; Performativity and subversion; Free will versus determinism; Enter iterability; The ambivalence of drag; The matter of bodies; Politicizing abjection --
making bodies matter; Conclusion; 4 Psychoanalysis and the Gendered Subject; Gender trouble and psychoanalysis; Rubin and 'the traffic in women'; Freud and oedipus; Melancholic gender identifications; Melancholia and performativity; Lacan and oedipus; Assuming sex; Locating resistance; Kinship matters; Psychic subjectivity; Passionate attachment and primary dependency; Resisting butler. Conclusion5 'Talking Back' --
Resignification and Politics; Words that Wound; The force of the performative; Opposing sovereign performatives; A linguistic account of subjectivity; Linguistic subjectivity and responsibility; Revisiting agency --
politics and resignification; Against the state; Conclusion; 6 What Makes for a Liveable Life?; Normative violence and questions of liveability; Corporeal vulnerability; Mourning and grief; Questions of recognition; What's wrong with 'desiring the state's desire'?; The politics of radical democracy; Cultural translation; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index.
Series Title: Key contemporary thinkers.

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