restricted access   Volume 46, Number 1, 2017 (Issue 142)

Table of Contents

Assemblages: (Pre)Political, Ethical and Ontological Perspectives

Guest Editors: Razvan Amironesei & Jon Bialecki

Introduction

Assemblages: (Pre)Political, Ethical and Ontological Perspectives

pp. 3-20

What is an Assemblage?

pp. 21-37

Non-Subjective Assemblages?: Foucault, Subjectivity, and Sexual Violence

pp. 38-54

Authenticity and Distantiation from Oneself: An Ethico-Political Problem

pp. 55-68

Politics and Commonality of Sensation from a Reading of Merleau-Ponty

pp. 69-89

Intermedial Relations: A Critique of Reification Theory1

pp. 90-110

Assemblages and the Un-Timeliness of Democratic Commitments

pp. 111-123

Pre-Political Topology Emerging from Biotechnology’s Secretions

pp. 124-139

The Tragic Political Assemblage: Implications of Contemporary Anthropological Debates on Hierarchy, Heterarchy, and Ontology as Political Challenges

pp. 140-154

Assembling No: Remarks on Diaspora and Intransitivity

pp. 155-165

Reviews

Governing by Debt by Maurizio Lazzarato, and: Signs and Machines: Capitalism and the Production of Subjectivity by Maurizio Lazzarato (review)

pp. 166-177

Radical History and the Politics of Art by Gabriel Rockhill (review)

pp. 178-183

The Social Architecture of French Cinema: 1929–1939 by Margaret C. Flinn (review)

pp. 184-189

Literature, Ethics, and Decolonization in Postwar France: The Politics of Disengagement by Daniel Just (review)

pp. 190-192

Contributors

pp. 193-195