Fictive Theories Susan McManus

ISBN: 9780230255869

Published: June 4th 2005

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Fictive Theories  by  Susan McManus

Fictive Theories by Susan McManus
June 4th 2005 | ebook | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 0 pages | ISBN: 9780230255869 | 7.59 Mb

Tracing the fictions that lie at the core of political theorys attempts to ground itself in nature, truth or knowledge of the real opens the space for a new mode of political theorizing. This new mode of (self-consciously) fictive theorizing has,MoreTracing the fictions that lie at the core of political theorys attempts to ground itself in nature, truth or knowledge of the real opens the space for a new mode of political theorizing. This new mode of (self-consciously) fictive theorizing has, McManus argues, both epistemological and ethical advantages. Methodologically reflexive, part epistemological critique, and part political manifesto, this book unfolds a creative epistemology of the possible, a utopian and deconstructive mode of political theory which moves beyond a politics based on legislative drives.

This means moving from a political-theoretical mode concerned with models of governance, to a critically utopian mode, concerned with emancipatory knowledges and resistance.



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