Anti-Social Practice Against Communicative Capitalism?
· by Robin James · in aesthetics, anti-social practice, disagreement, feminism, fortunes of feminism, fraser, neoliberalism, politics, ranciere
Political philosophers often use terms like “having a voice” or “legibility” to describe an individual’s or group’s relationship to power and to hegemonic institutions. But these terms, “voice” and “legibility,” they’re aesthetic terms used to describe political phenomena. Why, in…