By Jeffrey T. Nealon
While discussing the paintings of others who've refused to thematize distinction by way of the chance or impossibility of sameness—Levinas, Butler, Derrida, Foucault, Deleuze, Guattari, Zizek, Jameson, Heidegger, Bakhtin—Nealon argues that ethics is constituted as inexorable affirmative reaction to assorted identities, no longer via an lack of ability to appreciate or totalize the opposite. Alterity Politics combines this theoretical itinerary with the most important discussions of particular and numerous websites of literary and cultural production—the paintings of William S. Burroughs, Amiri Baraka, Andy Warhol, Ishmael Reed, Rush Limbaugh, and Vincent Van Gogh—along with analyses of the social formation of topics as present in id politics, and in multicultural and whiteness experiences. within the strategy, Nealon takes on a large choice of matters together with white male anger, the moral questions raised through drug dependancy, the character of literary which means, and the idea that of “becoming-black.”
In looking to construct a moral constitution round poststructuralist discourse and to revitalize the utilized use of theoretical recommendations to notions of performative identification, Alterity Politics marks a decisive intervention in literary thought, cultural stories, twentieth-century philosophy, and function studies.
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Alterity Politics: Ethics and Performative Subjectivity by Jeffrey T. Nealon