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Lawrence Hamilton

Decolonization , trans. and ed. D. Wood . London : Rowman and Littlefield . Original: Análise de alguns Tipos de Resistência . Colecção de Leste a Oeste. Lisbon : Seara Nova . Geuss , R. 2008 . Philosophy and Real Politics . Princeton : Princeton

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Samuel Moyn and Jean-Paul Gagnon

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Samuel Moyn provides insight into how the history of democracy can continue its globalization. There is a growing belief that the currently acceptable fund of ideas has not served the recent past well which is why an expansion, a planetary one, of democracy's ideas is necessary – especially now as we move deeper into the shadow of declining American/Western imperialism and ideology. Deciding which of democracy's intellectual traditions to privilege is driven by a mix of forced necessity and choice: finding salient ground for democracy is likely only possible in poisoned traditions including European ones.

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'Delinquents, Troublemakers, Pirates and Gangsters'

New Wars in the Postpolitical Borderland

Mikkel Thorup

This article tries to actualize Carl Schmitt's critique of liberal internationalism in what the author calls the 'liberal globalist paradigm', which substitutes a post-sovereign humanitarian-moralist discourse for political arguments. This discourse helps shape a new inequality in the interstate system based on the ability to invoke humanist language; an ability that is systematically skewed in favour of Western states. The post-sovereign discourse hides an aggressive liberal antipluralism which only acknowledges liberal-capitalist societies as legitimate and reserving the right to intervene and criticize globally. The new re-configuration of power manifests itself in the war on terror and in humanitarian interventions.

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Marcos S. Scauso, Garrett FitzGerald, Arlene B. Tickner, Navnita Chadha Behera, Chengxin Pan, Chih-yu Shih, and Kosuke Shimizu

decolonization, must grapple with the enduring effects of epistemic and ontological erasure on ancestral economic, social, cultural, and political practices. For many indigenous communities, the current crisis must be understood as the continuation of centuries

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Apartheid of Thought

The Power Dynamics of Knowledge Production in Political Thought

Camilla Boisen and Matthew C. Murray

lecture given at the Wits Institute for Social and Economic Research (WISER) ‘The harder I tried to make sense of the idea of “decolonization” that has become the rallying cry for those trying to undo the racist legacies of the past, the more I kept asking

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Asma Abbas

that we, who have always known how to grieve better and more consistently than our murderers, take a chance on each other and decolonize our complaints while we do so. Why not seize the moment and call the bloody bluff of capital and colony in crisis

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Coulthard, Glen Sean. Red Skin, White Masks

Rejecting the Colonial Politics of Recognition

Elaine Coburn

. Corntassel , J. 2012 . ‘ Re-envisioning Resurgence: Indigenous Pathways to Decolonization and Sustainable Self-determination ’, Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education and Society 1 ( 1 ): 86 – 101 . Demas , D. 1993 . ‘ Triple Jeopardy: Native Women

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Pan-African Linguistic and Cultural Unity

A Basis For pan-Africanism and the African Renaissance

Simphiwe Sesanti

-European literature’. Wa Thiong’o is not alone in holding this position. For Prah (2017: 24 ), reference to literature written by Africans in European languages is not only a ‘gross anomaly’ but ‘one of the most eminent problems for the decolonization project in

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Colonising ‘Free’ Will

A Critique of Political Decolonisation in Ghana

Bernard Forjwuor

African political demands, second at containing those demands when they were not anticipated, and third at finding ways for preserving British interests when decolonization became inevitable’ (2010: 42). However, while Babou is right in his estimation

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Lest We Forget (Matter)

Posthumanism, Memory, and Exclusion

Matthew Howard

argued that this needs to be fully uncovered as an ethical step toward, in this instance, the decolonization of Australia’s political realm. The tools by which this is made possible are offered in the shared, or similar, vocabularies of ANT and new