As one of Louis Althusser's most brilliant students in the 1960s, Etienne Balibar contributed to the theoretical collective masterpiece of Reading Capital. Since then he has established himself amongst the most subtle philosophical and political thinkers in France.
In Politics and the Other Scene Balibar deepens and extends the work he first developed with Immanuel Wallerstein in Race, Nation, Class. Exploring the theme of universalism and difference, he addresses such topical questions as European racism, the notion of the border, whether a European citizenship is possible or desirable, violence and politics, and identity and emancipation.
"One reads his passionate study with attention, even with excitement." - Eric Hobsbawm, on Reading Capital
|Three Concepts of Politics: Emancipation, Transformation, Civility||p. 1|
|Is There Such a Thing as European Racism?||p. 40|
|Ambiguous Identities||p. 56|
|What is a Border?||p. 75|
|The Borders of Europe||p. 87|
|Is a European Citizenship Possible?||p. 104|
|Violence, Ideality and Cruelty||p. 129|
|Ambiguous Universality||p. 146|
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Series: Phronesis S.
Number Of Pages: 196
Published: 1st September 2002
Publisher: Verso Books
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2 x 1.1
Weight (kg): 0.3
Edition Number: 1