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The discussion uses the critique of sterner as a jumping off point toward post-structrualist thought. He proceeds to outline a path of resistance to power utilizing the work of a number of authors. The "differance" of Derrida and the "lack" of In clear and concise language Newman discusses the potentials and problems of marxist and classical anarchist theory. Ultimately Newman describes an ethical framework based upon these thinkers that draws from post-structuralist thought and joins disparate movements in a view of resistance that is truly anti-authoritarian.
Nov 23, Tyler rated it it was amazing Wow! Great intro to post-anarchist studies as well as continental philosophy. Brakuje kobiet w opracowaniu. May 13, Nyard rated it it was amazing Highly inspiring book about the potential points of departure and non- places of resistance for the postmodernity. Highlighting precisely where post-structuralism shows us, unlike the nihilism it is accused of, potentials for change and - dare I say it - hope.
Dec 25, Chris rated it really liked it Not entirely sold on Newman. There is something odd about trying to bring post-structuralism to anarchism in a dry analytic tone, but the section on Stirner was such a relief in a sea of simplistic readings of him from both those sympathetic or not.
FROM BAKUNIN TO LACAN PDF
From Bakunin to Lacan: Anti-Authoritarianism and the Dislocation of Power
From Bakunin to Lacan: Anti-authoritarianism and the Dislocation of Power