Más allá de algunos lugares comunes: Repensar la potencia política del pensamiento de Jacques Rancière

Isegoría 59:447-468 (2018)
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In current discussions on contemporary political philosophy some commonplaces around Rancière’s thought are restated with the effect of neutralizing the potential of his reflections. I refer in particular to the following assumptions: a dichotomic understanding of Rancière’s distinction between politics and the police, an ontological interpretation of this difference, an identification of Rancière’s political propositions as anti-institutionalist; a reading of the practices of emancipation as something ephemeral without a durable effect for the common world. In this article I question these assumptions by emphasizing some usually neglected aspects of Rancière’s arguments.



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