Unruly practices : power, discourse and gender in contemporary social theory

Clasificación: HM24 F841 1989 | Agregado: 07/10/2020

Nancy Fraser -- Cambridge : Polity Press, 2007, c1989 viii, 201 p. ; 22 cms. Reimpresión (2007) Incluye índice: pp. 191-201. Acknowledgments -- Introduction. Apologia for academic radicals -- Powers, norms, and vocabularies of contestation -- Foucault on modern power: empirical insights and normative confusions -- Michel Foucault: a "Young conservative"? -- Foucaults body language: a posthumanist political rethoric? -- On the political and the symbolic -- The french derrideans: politicizing deconstruction or deconstruction the political? -- Solidarity on singularity? Richard Rorty between romanticism and technocracy -- Gender and the politics of need interpretation -- Whats critical about critical theory? The case of Habermas and gender -- Women, welfare, and the politics of need intepretation -- Struggle over needs: outline of a socialist-feminist critical theory of late capitalist political culture.