JACQUES RANCIÈRE. 1. Davide Panagia: In your writings you highlight the political efficacy of words. In The Names of History, for instance, this emphasis is . El Desacuerdo: Jacques Ranciere: Books – El Desacuerdo by Jacques Ranciere at – ISBN – ISBN – Nueva Vision – – Softcover.
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Johannes Pause rated it really liked it May 06, There rajciere no discussion topics on this book yet. Engaging in critique of the instituted divisions, then, paves the way for renewing our interrogations into ranciers we are able to think and to do.
I’m curious to see if the rest of his thought on politics could be described as Arendtian to a degree. What is the proletariat?
Ranciere dissects the origins and practices of politics and its intersection with philosophy poetically. His choice of an English word in a certain situation is usually quite different from my choice in the identical situation. May 13, Ian rated it liked it. Brian Jenkins rated it really liked it Sep 07, Pretty cool, but cesacuerdo all that clear at times.
For example, during the Cold War, the fundamental dissensus was the ideological conflict between capitalism and communism, but with the beginning of the War on Terror period, we have an Ranciere’s political thought is really unique, like nothing I’ve read before.
Sep 23, Gianni rated it really liked it. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Mike B rated it liked it Rancjere 24, The communication is half-completed upon merely shaking hands. In books such as Dissensus, once I’ve succeeded in answering at some level the initial questions regarding the author’s purpose, and usually on second read, my next task with such books is to suss out the translator.
He falls in a long line of extremely abstract French thought.
Ultimately, Ranciere is indebted to the modernist tradition, which his own wordy writing ascends to but never reaches. Refresh and try again. This distance is further lessened by their ability, should they have it, to weave esoteric terminology and concepts, and academic literary constructs, within vernacular language.
His argument is premissed on the turn from political concerns to ethical concerns in the way power is exercised in today’s world. Jul 30, Phillip rated it really liked it Shelves: Ranciere’s political thought is really unique, like nothing I’ve read before.
It is also fascinating. That’s where I am with Dissensus right now. He introduces a distinction between politics a space of dissensus and the police a space of consensus. On a another level, much of what he writes strikes one as using grandiose verbiage in making some fairly obvious points.
Estamos situados precisamente en esa bisagra de la finitud infinita que enlaza lo virtual con lo posible, comprometida con el pasaje desde el deseo a un futuro venidero. Perhaps his most relevant observation is the way in which the ae What to make of Ranciere?
You can say that that’s the first problem for everybody with every such book written in English as well, but then you’d be downplaying the importance of the vernacular in communicating clearly about these subjects. No trivia jacqus quizzes yet. An English-language author, and particularly one raised in America some time between the late ‘s and the early ‘s, shares a wealth of understoods with me.
Having only read the article on human rights contra Arendt contained in this collection, Ranciere is doing something intriguing with politics.
Seth rated it really liked it Mar 13, Arvitto rated it really liked it May 17, Recommended for those who follow politics and philosophy. Whenever I read a book on literary theory or art criticism that was written in another language and translated into English, my first, usually regrettable, task is to discern where the author is really coming from.
Having read this alongside Arendt’s material, colleagues wanted to conflate his critique of Arendt Having only read the article on human rights contra Arendt contained in this collection, Ranciere is doing something intriguing with politics. This critical practice of philosophy is an inseparably egalitarian, or anarchistic, jacqques, since “In this way, it is possible to define a certain dissensual practice of philosophy as an activity of de-classification that undermines all policing of domains and formulas.
Estos poderes constitutivos, virtuales, entran en interminable conflicto con los poderes constituidos del Imperio. Ryan rated it it was amazing Jan 25, To ask other desacueddo questions about Dissensusplease sign up. This book shook me from my philosophical slumber for a while. Return to Book Page. And how do these masses of workers that thinkers like Althusser referred to continuously enter into a relationship with knowledge?
Published February 8th by Continuum first published You can say that that’s the first problem for everybody with every su Whenever I read a book on literary theory or art criticism that was written in another language and translated into English, my first, usually regrettable, task is to discern where the author is really coming from. It does so not for the sole pleasure of deconstructing the master’s discourse, but in order to think the lines according to which boundaries and passages are constructed, according to which they are conceivable and modifiable.
For example, during the Cold War, the fundamental dissensus was the ideological conflict between capitalism and communism, but with the beginning of the War on Terror period, we have an ethical division between “good” and “evil,” and Ranciere makes much of Bush’s “Infinite Justice” as representative of this.
This also requires frequent re-reading, often at the sentence-by-sentence level. Having read this alongside Arendt’s material, colleagues wanted to conflate his critique of Arendt with her ideas of politics in order to claim that he endorses what he intends to critique.
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