Posts Tagged ‘openness’

So, to set up our undoubtedly engaging discussion about Derrida and the politics of community, I hereby post another experpt from my paper for Precarity course. It’s not related directly to Derrida’s politics of the impossible friendship, but does go into the enduring non-individuation of the political movement. I argued in my essay that it might be worthwhile to reframe the politico-theoretical discourse on multitude and movement into a more directed ‘point’: namely that the issue of horizontality and openness of Ideology concerning movement is in fact very precarious. I hope you at least find some things to argue with, and Baylee: please feel free to counter my text with the stuff that we are to read for the next session on Derrida and Community! (more…)

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