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    Saul Newman, The Politics of Postanarchism + Todd May + Étienne Desbiens-Després, Le postanarchisme : une réécriture philosophique de l'anarchisme

    Johnathan R. Razorback
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    Saul Newman, The Politics of Postanarchism + Todd May + Étienne Desbiens-Després, Le postanarchisme : une réécriture philosophique de l'anarchisme Empty Saul Newman, The Politics of Postanarchism + Todd May + Étienne Desbiens-Després, Le postanarchisme : une réécriture philosophique de l'anarchisme

    Message par Johnathan R. Razorback Dim 10 Oct - 16:50

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saul_Newman

    "As post-Marxists like Ernesto Laclau and Chantal Mouffe argue, the radical political horizon is no longer dominated by the proletariat and its struggle against capitalism. They point to a whole series of new social movements and identities — blacks, feminists, ethnic and sexual minorities — which no longer fit into the Marxist category of class struggles [...] Class is therefore no longer the central category through which radical political subjectivity is defined. Moreover, contemporary political struggles are no longer determined by the struggle against capitalism, but rather point to new sites of domination and highlight new arenas of antagonism — racism, privatization, workplace surveillance, bureaucratization, etc. As Laclau and Mouffe argue, these new social movements have been primarily struggles against domination, rather than merely economic exploitation as the Marxist paradigm would suppose."

    "Anarchism offered a radical socialist critique of Marxism, exposing its theoretical blindspot on the question of state power. [...]
    Domination existed in the very structure and logic of the state — it constituted an autonomous site or place of power, one that must be destroyed as the first act of revolution."

    "Anarchist theory is still largely based in the paradigm of Enlightenment humanism — with its essentialist notions of the rational human subject, and its positivistic faith in science and objective historical laws. Just as Marxism was limited politically by its own categories of class and economic determinism, as well as by its dialectical view of historical development, anarchism can also be said to be limited by its epistemological anchoring in the essentialist and rationalist discourses of Enlightenment humanism."

    "Postmodernism therefore emphasizes the instability and plurality of identity, the constructed nature of social reality, the incommensurability of difference, and the contingency of history."

    "The different perspectives and conflicting interpretations of the social could not be seen merely resulting from an ideological distortion which prevents the subject from grasping the truth of society. The point here is that this differencein social interpretations — this incommensurable field of antagonisms — is the truth of society. In other words, the distortion here is not at the level of ideology, but at the level of social reality itself."
    -Saul Newman, "The Politics of Postanarchism", 2015: http://theanarchistlibrary.org/library/saul-newman-the-politics-of-postanarchism

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Todd_May

    https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Postanarchisme

    https://archipel.uqam.ca/7878/1/M13873.pdf



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