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by Sarah Clift,Merav Amir,Matteo Mandarini,Rachel Smith,Eric Alliez,Jean-Claude Bonne,Ian Buchanan,Grant Farred,Ian Baucom,Stuart J. Murray,Roger Frey,Alexander Ruch,Polygraph Editorial Collective

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Author: Sarah Clift,Merav Amir,Matteo Mandarini,Rachel Smith,Eric Alliez,Jean-Claude Bonne,Ian Buchanan,Grant Farred,Ian Baucom,Stuart J. Murray,Roger Frey,Alexander Ruch,Polygraph Editorial Collective
ISBN: 097907150X
Language: English
Pages: 218 pages
Category: History & Criticism
Publisher: Polygraph: An International Journal of Culture and Politics; 1st edition (January 28, 2007)
Rating: 4.3
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Utilitarian Biopolitics. The works of Foucault and Bentham have been regularly examined in isolation and in reference to Panopticon; or The Inspection House (1791), yet rarely has the relationship between the two philosophers been explored further. This study traces the full breadth of that relationship within the fields of sexuality, criminology, ethics, economics and governance

Biopolitics, Narrative, Temporality. Grief Time: The Crisis of Narrative in Don DeLillo's The Body Artist.

Biopolitics, Narrative, Temporality. Rodger Frey and Alexander Ruch. Narrative life span, in the wake. Bio-Temporality and Social Regulation: The Emergence of the Biological Clock. Matisse and the Becoming-Life of Art. Eric Alliez and Jean-Claude Bonne.

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Polygraph 18: Biopolitics, Narrative, Temporality This issue of Polygraph takes up the recent theories of Foucault, Deleuze, Agamben, and Hardt & Negri about the contemporary reformation of political forces around the issue of life. While these thinkers all present different pictures of what biopolitics might mean for the present, they are united in identifying life as a locus of political power and site of political struggle. Polygraph 18: Biopolitics, Narrative, Temporality features work exploring the politics of life today by examining the constructions of temporality within narrative articulations of lived experience (everyday or otherwise), causality, and political action. Featuring articles on topics ranging from suicide bombers or the discourse of the biological clock to cultural objects by Goya, Matisse, and DeLillo, the issue is held together by the articulation of forms of life that exceed, overflow, or render impossible the reduction of life to what Giorgio Agamben calls bare or naked life (life divested of qualitative difference). The work contained in this volume shifts the focus of biopolitics and biopolitical analysis from the mere fact of life (or death) to different ways in which life can be lived and/or conceived as a temporal experience, and so reasserts the importance of cultural analysis to political theory.