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Deleuze's Postscript on the Societies of Control

Updated for Big Data and Predictive Analytics

James Brusseau

social media platforms. What Deleuze perceived as a world of oppression, has become a reality of competition. Just as strength and size (Sears, Kodak, bureaucracy, paper) have been replaced by speed and agility (Amazon, Instagram, algorithms, data

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Patrick Cockburn

hanging about what the imperatives of need mean for the exact scope and strength of property rights. We can get a sense of this by taking just a handful of examples drawn from Chris Pierson’s (2013) Just Property : A History in the Latin West . Pierson

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Revisiting the Menkiti-Gyekye Debate

Who Is a Radical Communitarian?

Motsamai Molefe

, Tempels notes that ‘their purpose is to acquire life, strength or vital force … Each being has been endowed by God with a certain force, capable of strengthening the vital energy of the strongest being of all creation: man … the only kind of blessing, is

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Tal Correm

strength. Being instrumental, violence is not only different from power but also its opposite. Power, in contrast to violence that is mute and does not require concerted action, is generated when people act together in the public realm. It is not a

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Creating the People as ‘One’?

On Democracy and Its Other

Marta Nunes da Costa

strength by promoting a polarisation between ‘us’ and ‘them’ ( à la Schmitt) and creating a common and collective ideology where the ‘many’ see themselves portrayed, at the expense, of course, of the ‘few’ who are necessarily excluded. While the Front

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A Negative Theory of Justice

Towards a Critical Theory of Power Relations

Leonard Mazzone

framework of perfectly just institutions; according to an NToJ, instead, these criteria can be drawn from an immanent critique of asymmetrical relations of power giving rise to conditions of domination. The strength of this theoretical approach to justice