Description: Autonomy, Refusal, and the Black Bloc
This book, then, remains academic in nature; it looks at how both Negri and Marcuse recognize and articulate through social and political theoretical frameworks changes in the composition of revolutionary political activity, the expression of political activity, the organizational frameworks through which societies produce and articulate varieties of subject positions, and the criticism and theory...
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Description: Autonomy, Refusal, and the Black Bloc
In the final section, “The Chance for Alternatives,” and on the last two pages of One-Dimensional Man, Herbert Marcuse describes what he sees as a new and potentially radical composition of social movement activity that comprises, in part, his conception of the “Great...
Robert F. Carley
Rowman & Littlefield International Ltd
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Description: Autonomy, Refusal, and the Black Bloc
In the final chapter of One-Dimensional Man, “The Chance of the Alternatives,” Herbert Marcuse writes that
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Description: Autonomy, Refusal, and the Black Bloc
The refusals of the late 1960s and into the 1970s demonstrate a strategic conjuncture. Gramsci makes a distinction in his conceptualization of a conjuncture as a disruption of market activity that can be harnessed by an organization to agitate and a strategic conjuncture, which refers to “the level of strategic...
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Description: Autonomy, Refusal, and the Black Bloc
The first chapter considered the ways that both Herbert Marcuse and Antonio Negri began to rearticulate the concept of class in the context of increasing international social protest. Both Marcuse and Negri considered class as a category within and outside of the process of increasingly automated forms of industrial production. It is by attempting to articulate class outside of the context of...
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Rowman & Littlefield International Ltd
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Description: Autonomy, Refusal, and the Black Bloc
Robert F. Carley
Rowman & Littlefield International Ltd
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Description: Autonomy, Refusal, and the Black Bloc
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Description: Autonomy, Refusal, and the Black Bloc
Robert F. Carley is assistant professor of international studies at Texas A&M University, College Station. He is an editor of Lateral: Journal of the Cultural Studies Association and is co-coordinator of The Union for Democratic Communications. Carley’s most recent book is Culture and Tactics: Gramsci, Race, and the...
Robert F. Carley
Rowman & Littlefield International Ltd
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Description: Autonomy, Refusal, and the Black Bloc
This series uses the idea of political subjection to promote the discussion and analysis of individual, communal and civic participation and activism. ‘Radical subjects’ refers both to the character of the topics and issues tackled in the series and to the ethic guiding the research. The series has a radical focus in that it provides a springboard for the discussion of activism that...
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Rowman & Littlefield International Ltd
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