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Consecutio rerum, anno IV, n. 8

«People have the power»

Forza, limiti e contraddizioni di un concetto moderno

a cura di Stefano Visentin

 

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Stefano Visentin

 

 

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Politicizzare il popolo. Semantiche del soggetto collettivo in Germania tra il 1848 e il nazionalsocialismo

Maurizio Ricciardi

 

Università di Bologna

maurizio.ricciardi@unibo.it

 

 

 

Abstract: The essay analyses three specific ways in which the “people” is politicized in relation to the emergence of capitalist society, of its conflicts and divisions. The semantics of the collective subject is thus determined by its constant opposition to that of society. The first politicization is the one highlighted by the Hegelian left, particularly, by Arnold Ruge and Edgar Bauer. According to them, the “democratic people” is both an end in view and an alternative to the empiric people, and reproduces the distinction between the social and the … Continua a leggere

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Il popolo in Marx 
(dal giovane Marx al 18 Brumaio di Luigi Bonaparte)

 

Javier Balsa

 

Universidad Nacional de Quilmes, Argentina

jjbalsa@unq.edu.ar

 

 

 

Abstract: This article analyzes the use of the concept of “people” during Karl Marx’s first decade of intellectual work. In his first writings, it was a main concept. However, the signifier “people” quickly lost presence and practically disappeared in the texts of the second half of the 1840s. In the works dedicated to the French conjuncture from 1848 to 1851, Marx made a direct criticism of the use of the concept of “people” because it veils the perception of the class struggle. However, a careful … Continua a leggere

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“Sotto la vernice lucente delle civiltà moderne” “Razza”, “popolo” e “folla” nella psicologia collettiva di Gustave Le Bon: appunti di rilettura

Damiano Palano

 

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore Milano

damiano.palano@unicatt.it

 

 

 

Abstract: This article offers a new reading of Gustave Le Bon’s thought, in particular regarding his conceptions of “crowd”, “race” and “people”. This paper tries to show the inconsistencies in the vision of the “crowd” proposed by Le Bon’s in his books Lois psychologiques de l’évolution des peuples (1894) and Psychologie des foules (1895). In fact, until 1894 Le Bon excluded that it was possible to arrest the process of degeneration of Latin races, and moreover he used the words “crowd”, “people” and “race” as … Continua a leggere

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Democrazia diretta e controllo del mercato? Un’antinomia del primo populismo americano

Patricia Chiantera

 

Università degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro

patricia.chiantera@uniba.it

 

 

 

Abstract: Not only different and opposite issues and demands build the complex ideological constellation of the first American Populism (People’s Party) but also a plurality and variety of political and social forces represent the main agents of the populist protest movements between the nineteenth and twentieth century in America. One of the main contradictions emerging from the political debate led by American populist leaders at the time is the one between the claim for a stronger role of the central government and the implementation of … Continua a leggere

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“Un popolo innumerevole”. Frantz Fanon e l’invenzione di una nazione

Stefano Visentin

 

Università di Urbino “Carlo Bo”

stefano.visentin@uniurb.it 

 

 

 

 

Abstract: The entire work of Frantz Fanon is traversed by a theoretical and political critique of the method of the humanities and social sciences, accused of legitimizing European colonial rule. The struggle for the liberation of colonized peoples is thus intertwined with the construction of a new political conceptuality, based on the “direct protagonism” of the damned of the earth. Through the material and symbolic-linguistic mobilization generated by the struggle, the people take on the task of “inventing” a nation through built on new collective behaviors … Continua a leggere

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A Just People, or Just the People? Althusser, Foucault and Juridical Ideology

Alberto Toscano

 

Goldsmiths University of London

a.toscano@gold.ac.uk

 

 

 

 

Abstract:The return of the figure of the people to the forefront of radical theorising in France can be contextualised and complicated by contrasting it with the relative hostility or indifference to it in the ambit of la pensée soixante-huit. For a spell, the people was largely displaced by collective formations that sought to escape the nation-state cage of political modernity, not just antagonistic conceptions of class, but all kinds of groups, movements, multiplicities, minorities, etc. This essay probes two theoretical episodes that can contribute to … Continua a leggere

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Popolo, domande sociali e istituzioni populiste. Populismo in e oltre Laclau

Rocco Picciotto Maniscalco

 

Università degli Studi di Urbino Carlo Bo

rocco.picciotto.maniscalco@gmail.com

 

 

                     George Segal

 

 

Abstract: The main objective of this essay is to critically analyze part of the thought of Ernesto Laclau, one of the most important South American intellectuals of the last decades, especially referring to one of his most important works: On Populist Reason. The text will be divided into 3 parts: in the first one, I will briefly introduce the thought of the Argentine philosopher, highlighting the most problematic parts and less consistent with the theoretical framework of Laclau himself. … Continua a leggere

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Dal popolo ai suoi soggetti: cittadini, denizens, lavoratori nell’epoca neoliberista

Giorgio Cesarale

 

Università degli Studi di Venezia Ca’ Foscari

giorgio.cesarale@unive.it

 

 

 

Abstract: Is neoliberalism a threat to citizenship? This question is answered with the help of Bryan S. Turner’s analysis of the contemporary obsolescence of citizenship in a market-driven society. According to him, the neoliberal citizen has become similar to the denizen, because the former now enjoys less rights; his/her ethical belonging to the State and the people has been weakened; he/she does not participate in political opinion- and will-formation. The argument of this article, though, is that citizenship itself must be re-examined, re-framing it as … Continua a leggere

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Da Olympe de Gouges alla Rojava. La critica femminista del popolo tra differenza e uguaglianza

Roberta Ferrari

 

Università degli Studi di Bologna

roberta.ferrari6@unibo.it

 

 

 

Abstract: To understand the feminist critique of the concept of people means reconstructing the semantics of a struggle on the body of the nation, exploring the relationship, the paradoxes and the contradictions between equality and difference. It means showing the external and internal struggle waged constantly against the political neutralization and the social valorization of the difference by political, social and economic institutions. Above all it means questioning the problem of political unity and the way in which the feminist critique has unveiled its patriarchal character. … Continua a leggere

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I popoli mancati del momento populista e le sfide dell’eterogeneità

Adalgiso Amendola

 

Università degli Studi di Salerno

adaamendola@unisal.it

 

 

 

 

Abstract: According to many interpreters, since 2015 we live a “populist moment”. With “populist moment”, they intend to bring very different movements to a common matrix, the reaction to neoliberalism. In a “populist moment”, it would be inevitable, also for progressive and emancipatory movements, express their social demands in populist language. But, on one hand, populist movements are internal responses in the crisis of neoliberalism, more that an opposition to neoliberalism. On the other hand, populism cannot resume heterogeneity and multiplicity of emerging political subjectivies into the … Continua a leggere

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Aldo Natoli. Storia di un comunista senza partito

Oscar Oddi

 

 

      Comizio di Giancarlo Pajetta e Aldo Natoli dopo l’attentato a Togliatti. Luglio 1948

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Una critica del capitale messa in versi. La poesia civile di Cristina Corradi. Recensione a Cristina Corradi, “Destini Capitali” (Ensemble 2020)

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Roberto Finelli

 

Università degli Studi di Roma Tre

r.finelli@uniroma3.it

 

 

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R. Jaeggi, R. Celikates, Filosofia sociale. Una introduzione (Le Monnier, 2018)

Mattia Di Pierro

 

 

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Francesco Toto, Laetitia Simonetta et Giorgio Bottini (dir.), Entre nature et histoire: Mœurs et coutumes dans la philosophie (Classiques Garnier, 2017)

Catherine Dromelet

 

 

 

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