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Undoing the demos : neoliberalism's stealth revolution. --
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Brooklyn, NY, Estados Unidos : Zone Books, 2020, c2015.
295 p. ; 21 cm.
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Preface. -- Neoliberal reason and political life. -- 1. Undoing democracy: neoliberlism's remaking of State and subject. -- 2. Foucault's birth of biopolitics lectures: charting neoliberal political rationality. -- 3. Revising Foucault: Homo politicus and homo oeconomicus. -- Disseminating neoliberal reason. -- 4. Political rationality and governance. -- 5. Law and legal reason. -- 6. Educating human capital. -- Epilogue: Losing bare democracy and the inversion of freedom into sacrifice. -- Notes. -- Index. --
Tomado de la pasta: "In Undoing the Demos, Wendy Brown explains how and why neoliberal reason assaults democracy, the political form and political imaginary it falsely promises to secure. With neoliberalism, concerns with justice are vanquished by private property absolutism and the mandates of growth rates and investment climates. Liberty is harnessed by the imperative of human capital appreciation. Equality is drowned in ubiquitous markets of winners and losers. Popular sovereignty becomes incoherent. Far from being the lodestar of the twenty-first century, democracy requires rethinking, recrafting, and struggle."
Incluye notas y referencias bibliográficas (pp. 223-280)

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