NYU Press, 2003 - 196 páginas
The standard, linear view of history is founded on the belief that political outcomes are predetermined by what has gone before. This book challenges this view, arguing for what Samuel A. Chambers calls an untimely politics which renders the past problematic and the future unpredictable. This pathbreaking argument is advanced through a close reading of key texts in political theory and by entering into debates involving metaphysics, philosophy of language, and psychoanalysis versus discursive analysis.
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Political Language and Metaphor: Interpreting and Changing the World
Terrell Carver,Jernej Pikalo
Sin vista previa disponible - 2008