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Citizen subject : foundations for philosophical anthropology

Author: Étienne Balibar; Emily Apter
Publisher: New York : Fordham University Press, 2017.
Series: Commonalities
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats

A collection of Essays over the last 20 years, exploring different dimensions (historical, political, philosophical, literary) of the philosophical debate on "subjecthood" and "subjectivity" in  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Étienne Balibar; Emily Apter
ISBN: 9780823273607 0823273601 9780823273614 082327361X
OCLC Number: 1028620468
Notes: Prevod dela: Citoyen sujet, et autres essais d'anthropologie philosophique.
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Awards: Winner of 2013 French Voices Prize 2014
Description: XVI, 391 str. ; 26 cm.
Contents: Foreword-After the Quarrel INTRODUCTION Citizen Subject Response to a Question from Jean-Luc Nancy: "Who Comes After the Subject?" ANNEX: Subjectus/subjectum PART ONE "Our True Self Is Not Entirely Within Us" 1. "Ego sum, ego existo": Descartes on the Verge of Heresy 2. "My Self," "My Own": Variations on Locke 3. Aimances in Rousseau: Julie or The New Heloise as a Treatise on the Passions 4. From Sense Certainty to the Law of Genre: Hegel, Benveniste, Derrida PART TWO Being(s) in Common 5. Ich, das Wir, und Wir, das Ich ist: Spirit's Dictum 6. The Messianic Moment in Marx 7. Zur Sache Selbst: The Common and the Universal in Hegel's Phenomenology of Spirit 8. Men, Armies, Peoples: Tolstoy and the Subject of War 9. The Social Contract Among Commodities: Marx and the Subject of Exchange PART THREE The Right to Transgression 10. Judging Self and Others (On the Political Theory of Reflexive Individualism) 11. Private Crime, Public Madness 12. The Invention of the Superego: Freud and Kelsen 1922 13. Blanchot's Insubordination (On the Writing of the Manifesto of the 121) CONCLUSION The Uneasiness of the Subject Bourgeois Universality and Anthropological Differences
Series Title: Commonalities
Other Titles: Citoyen sujet, et autres essais d'anthropologie philosophique.
Responsibility: Étienne Balibar ; translated by Steven Miller ; [foreword by Emily Apter].


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"The appearance of this book in France was something of a historic event. Under the heading of 'universality,' a concept that Balibar has almost single-handedly salvaged, Citizen Subject tries to Read more...

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