[Epub] ➛ The Virtual Point of Freedom Author Lorenzo Chiesa – Motyourdrive.co.uk

  • Hardcover
  • 160 pages
  • The Virtual Point of Freedom
  • Lorenzo Chiesa
  • 15 January 2019
  • 9780810133747

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The Virtual Point of Freedom characters The Virtual Point of Freedom , audiobook The Virtual Point of Freedom , files book The Virtual Point of Freedom , today The Virtual Point of Freedom , The Virtual Point of Freedom f5356 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 Would Know No Constraints Far From Delineating A Supposed Subject Of Freedom That 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 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 I Ek 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

About the Author: Lorenzo Chiesa

Lorenzo Chiesa is Director of the 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.