The Virtual Point of Freedom eBook Ë The Virtual PDF

The Virtual Point of Freedom eBook Ë The Virtual PDF


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The Virtual Point of Freedom [Download] ➾ The Virtual Point of Freedom Author Lorenzo Chiesa – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk The principal motif that runs throughout The Virtual Point of Freedom is a confrontation with the discourse of freedom or specifically the falsely transgressive ideal of a total emancipation that woul The principal motif that runs throughout Point of PDF/EPUB À The Virtual Point of Freedom is a confrontation with the discourse of freedom or specifically the falsely transgressive ideal of a total emancipation that would know no constraints Far from delineating a supposed “subject of freedom” that The Virtual PDF \ would allegedly overcome alienation once and for all the seven chapters in Chiesa’s book seek to unfold an innovative reading of the dialectical coincidence between dis alienation and re alienation in politics aesthetics and religion using psychoanalysis as a privileged critical tool Topics include Virtual Point of Kindle Ñ Pier Paolo Pasolini’s attack on the visual and biological degeneration of bodies brought about by pleasure seeking “liberal” consumerism Giorgio Agamben’s and Slavoj Žižek’s conflicting negotiations with the Christian tradition of “poverty” and “inappropriateness” as potential redemption and Alain Badiou’s inability to develop a philosophical anthropology that could sustain a coherent politics of emancipation The book concludes by sketching out the figure of the partisan a subject who makes it possible to conceive of an intersection between provisional morality and radical politics.

  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • The Virtual Point of Freedom
  • Lorenzo Chiesa
  • 10 November 2014
  • 9780810133730

About the Author: Lorenzo Chiesa

Lorenzo Chiesa is Director of the Point of PDF/EPUB À Genoa School of Humanities and the author of Subjectivity and Otherness A Philosophical Reading of Lacan and The Not Two Logic and God in Lacan both published by the MIT Press.