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- The Virtues of Equality and Dissensus: MacIntyre in a Dialogue with Rancière and Mouffe
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The discussion is situated socio-historically and, by definition, does not seek to offer comparatively any transhistorical assessment of the values of the positions adopted by the two men.
Spinoza, by contrast, understands disagreement to be a divergence from rational agreement that arises from differences of experience and feeling: in particular, our differing feelings of inequality. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide. Sign In or Create an Account.
The Virtues of Equality and Dissensus: MacIntyre in a Dialogue with Rancière and Mouffe
Spinoza, by contrast, understands disagreement to be a divergence from rational agreement that arises from differences of experience and feeling: in particular, our differing feelings of inequality. Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. It furthers the University's objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.
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An elegant and surprising exposè of the failings of political philosophy. Here, Jacques Rancière brings a new and highly useful set of terms to the vexed debate about political effectiveness and “the $ paper ISBN
Ranciere-Disagreement Politics and Philosophy
Research in business ethics has largely ignored questions of equality and dissensus, raised by theorists of radical democracy. Alasdair MacIntyre, whose work has been very influential in business ethics, has developed a novel approach to virtue ethics rooted in both Aristotelian practical philosophy and a Marxian appreciation of radical democracy. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution. Please try refreshing the page. If that doesn't work, please contact support so we can address the problem.
This comprehension of political sociology is about to have a transition from the convenient meanings and interpretations of this science traditional, modern and even postmodern and giving it more philosophical and interactive depth. Tajik, M. Research Letter of Political Science , 11 2 , Mohammad Reza Tajik; Amir Rezaee panah. Research Letter of Political Science , 11, 2, ,
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OlivierGl ufs. In the work of Jacques Ranciere one encounters a welcome and uncompromising return to the question of the political, or politics proper, as opposed to politics in the ordinary sense of the word. For Ranciere, the political is something irreducible, where the fundamental equality of all human subjects manifests itself, while customary politics is the perversion of the political in as far as it covers up this equality and institutes in its place a hierarchical arrangement of the polis. Hence Ranciere's claim that customary politics is the work of what he calls the "police" not with the usual meaning , which here represents the agency that parcels out the polis according to the interests of those who have a "part" in it. Ranciere's concern, however, is for the part of the de-mos, or those "with no part", who are at once excluded from politics and immanent to it as its constant other, or shadow.
The exploration of the assumption of axiomatic equality, of equality as a practice, the focus on the particular anti-pedagogical method of Joseph Jacotot and the brilliant way in which intervention, philosophy and history intersect in the name of a true education of emancipation has been enormously important for me, both in my work and my teaching practice. See for example, his attacks on Althusser in La Lecon d' Althusser and on sociology as a discipline in the Philosopher and his Poor. I once asked him what he thought about Samuel Beckett.
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