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" The conclusion would be that the political, ethical, social, philosophical problem of our days is not to try to liberate the individual from the state, and from the state's institutions, but to liberate us both from the state and from the type of individualization... "
“The” End of Capitalism (as We Knew It): A Feminist Critique of Political ... - Page xvii
by J. K. Gibson-Graham - 2006 - 299 pages
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The Feminist Case Against Bureaucracy

Kathy E. Ferguson - Business & Economics - 1984 - 286 pages
...however, he departs from this position and actually urges his readers toward subjectivity, saying that "we have to promote new forms of subjectivity through...individuality which has been imposed on us for several centuries."9 So perhaps his position is being rethought. But in the main Foucault's argument seems...
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Postmodernism and Continental Philosophy

Hugh J. Silverman, Donn Welton - Philosophy - 1988 - 259 pages
...the modern Western state, and Foucault says of his present task that it is directed toward promoting "new forms of subjectivity through the refusal of...been imposed on us for several centuries" (Foucault, "Why Study Power: The Question of the Subject," p. 216). 52. Friedrich Nietzsche, Daybreak, preface...
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Islamic Liberalism: A Critique of Development Ideologies

Leonard Binder - History - 1988 - 399 pages
...from the type of individualization which is linked to the state. We have to promote new forms of 120 subjectivity through the refusal of this kind of individuality which has been imposed on us for several centuries.65 Said's Application of Foucault But what is, then, the connection between Foucault and...
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Making Television: Authorship and the Production Process

Gary Thompson, Robert J. Thompson, Gary Burns - Language Arts & Disciplines - 1990 - 212 pages
...and from the type of individualization which is linked to the state. We have to promote a new kind of subjectivity through the refusal of this kind of individuality which has been imposed on us for centuries."2 NOTES 1. See Chris Rodley, "Degree Absolute," Primetime 1,3 (March-May 1982): 16; "Inside...
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Narrative Means to Therapeutic Ends

Michael White, David Epston - Psychology - 1990 - 229 pages
...individualization which is linked to the state. We have to promote new forms of subjectivity through refusal of this kind of individuality which has been imposed on us for several centuries. (1982, p. 216) those who seek therapy in relation to various crises, and whose lives and relationships...
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Ideals and Illusions: On Reconstruction and Deconstruction in Contemporary ...

Thomas McCarthy - Philosophy - 1993 - 254 pages
...liberate us both from the state and from the type of individualization which is linked to the state. We have to promote new forms of subjectivity through...which has been imposed on us for several centuries" (p. 216). In an outline of his 1980/1981 course at the Collège de France, "Subjectivité et vérité"...
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The Trial of Curiosity

Ross Posnock - Literary Criticism - 1991
...states that "maybe the target nowadays is not to discover what we are but to refuse what we are.. .. We have to promote new forms of subjectivity through the refusal of this kind of individuality [subjection] which has been imposed on us for several centuries" (216). Adorno puts it this way: "The...
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Postmodern Theory: Critical Interrogations

Steven Best, Douglas Kellner - Political Science - 1991 - 324 pages
...pleasure, and desire in stylized forms. In a rare moment of normative declaration, he proclaims that 'We have to promote new forms of subjectivity through the refusal of this kind of [normalized] individuality which has been imposed on us for centuries' (1982a: p. 216). But Foucault...
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Merleau-Ponty Vivant: The History of Albany's Rapp Road Community

Martin C. Dillon - Philosophy - 1991 - 224 pages
...— reciprocity and the absence of reciprocity. In "The Subject and Power" (p. 216), Foucault said: "We have to promote new forms of subjectivity through the refusal of the kind of individuality which has been imposed on us for several centuries." I see Merleau-Ponty's...
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Body/Text in Julia Kristeva: Religion, Women, and Psychoanalysis

David Crownfield - Philosophy - 1992 - 160 pages
...socio-political change. Foucault, a more political and less psychoanalytic observer, makes a similar point: "We have to promote new forms of subjectivity through...which has been imposed on us for several centuries" ("Subject and Power" 216). Kristeva, too, talks about the power of refusal, of negativity, of rejection,...
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