Theory and Event

Issue 3.1

CONTENTS

Essays

Figuring Authority: Statistics, Liberal Narrative, and the Vanishing Subject
Kirstie M. McClure

Editors Note

A Note from the Editors
William Chaloupka and Thomas L. Dumm, Co-Editors

Symposium

THINKING
FRAGMENTS

Introduction
William Chaloupka and Thomas L. Dumm, Co-Editors

Why Do The Sirens Sing?: Figuring the Feminine in Dialectic of Enlightenment
Nancy S. Love

On Flaws: Toward a Poetics of the Whole Fragment
Ann Lauterbach

Reviews

Deconstructing "Capitalism"
Lisa Disch
Gibson-Graham's The End of Capitalism (as we knew it): A Feminist Critique of Political Economy

The Sacredness of Life and Death: Giorgio Agamben's Homo Sacer and the Tasks of Political Thinking
Davide Panagia
Agamben's Homo Sacer: Sovereign Power and Bare Life, Daniel Heller-Roazen trans.

"Free Takes": Reinhardt's Tocqueville, Marx, and Arendt
Stephen Schneck
Reinhardt's The Art of Being Free: Taking Liberties with Tocqueville, Marx, and Arendt

The Pragmatist's Progress
Paul Winke
Rorty's Truth and Progress: Philosophical Papers, Volume 3, and Achieving Our Country: Leftist Thought in Twentieth-Century America

Contributors

Bios




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