Rynek żywi się śmiercią: Endokolonizacyjna logika momentu faszystowskiego

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Samir Gandesha

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Artykuł stawia pytanie o to, czy obserwowane obecnie procesy mogą być określone jako faszystowskie. Przedstawiona argumentacja wskazuje, że tak – jeśli rozumiemy faszyzm jako atak na liberalną demokrację, wynikający z chronicznego raczej (niż nagłego) kryzysu kapitalizmu. Tak jak w XX-wiecznym faszyzmie, obejmuje on kolonizację ciał, która jednak zrzeka się roszczeń do przyszłości w obliczu pandemii Covid-19 i w kontekście wyzwania klimatycznego.

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Gandesha, S. (2021). Rynek żywi się śmiercią: Endokolonizacyjna logika momentu faszystowskiego. Praktyka Teoretyczna, 42(4), 93-110. https://doi.org/10.14746/prt2021.4.4
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Samir Gandesha, Simon Fraser University

SAMIR GANDESHA, Ph.D. – is a Professor of Humanities and Director of the Institute for the Humanities of Simon Fraser University (Canada). He is co-editor with Lars Rensmann of Arendt and Adorno: Political and Philosophical Investigations (Stanford, 2012) and co-editor with Johan Hartle of Spell of Capital: Reification and Spectacle (University of Amsterdam Press, 2017) and Aesthetic Marx (Bloomsbury Press, 2017), also with Johan Hartle. More recently, he edited Spectres of Fascism: Historical, Theoretical and International Perspectives (Pluto, 2020), which is presently being translated into Turkish and Portuguese, and co-edited (with Peyman Vahabzadeh) Crossing Borders: Essays in Honour of Ian H. Angus, Beyond Phenomenology and Critique (Arbeiter Ring, 2020).

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