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Thinking antagonism : political ontology after Laclau / Oliver Marchart.

By: Marchart, Oliver.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, cop. 2018Description: [viii], 258 str. ; 24 cm.Subject(s): Laclau, Ernesto, 1935-2014 | Political science -- Philosophy | Ontology | War (Philosophy) | Laclau, Ernesto | politička filozofija | filozofija politike | ontologija | rat (filozofija)Summary: Ernesto Laclau (1935-2014) was one of the major theoretical voices on the Left. His concept of antagonism is the cornerstone of his theory of hegemony and the organising concept in his political ontology. Oliver Marchart presents the main features of this ontology and tracks the development of antagonism from German Idealism via Marx to today's post-Marxism. In doing so, he demonstrates Laclau's significant contribution to the current 'ontological turn' in political thought. By carving out the philosophical implications of antagonism, Marchart proposes a new theory of 'thinking' as a collective, political and conflictual practice.
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Ernesto Laclau (1935-2014) was one of the major theoretical voices on the Left. His concept of antagonism is the cornerstone of his theory of hegemony and the organising concept in his political ontology. Oliver Marchart presents the main features of this ontology and tracks the development of antagonism from German Idealism via Marx to today's post-Marxism. In doing so, he demonstrates Laclau's significant contribution to the current 'ontological turn' in political thought. By carving out the philosophical implications of antagonism, Marchart proposes a new theory of 'thinking' as a collective, political and conflictual practice.

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