- Inbunden (Hardback)
- Antal sidor
- 1st ed. 2017
- Palgrave Macmillan
- Bonditti, Philippe (ed.), Bigo, Didier (ed.), Gros, Frédéric (ed.)
- XVI, 376 p.
- 217 x 152 x 26 mm
- Antal komponenter
- 1 Hardback
- 636 g
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This book addresses the possibilities of analyzing the modern international through the thought of Michel Foucault. The broad range of authors brought together in this volume question four of the most self-evident characteristics of our contemporary world-'international', 'neoliberal', 'biopolitical' and 'global'- and thus fill significant gaps in both international and Foucault studies. The chapters discuss what a Foucauldian perspective does or does not offer for understanding international phenomena while also questioning many appropriations of Foucault's work. This transdisciplinary volume will serve as a reference for both scholars and students of international relations, international political sociology, international political economy, political theory/philosophy and critical theory more generally.
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"Foucault and the Modern International is an intellectually dense and highly analytical text that contributes to the debate on the place of Foucault in the evolution of IR, both as a discipline and a reality to be studied. Its contribution is an important one ... ." (Julien Pomare de, European Review of International Studies ERIS, Vol. 5 (1), 2018)
Philippe Bonditti holds a doctorate in Political Science from Sciences Po Paris, France, and is currently Lecturer at the European School of Political and Social Science (ESPOL-UCL), France. Previously, he was Assistant Professor at the Institute of International Relations of the Pontificial Universidade Catholica in Rio de Janeiro (IRI/PUC-Rio), Brazil, and Postdoctoral Fellow at the Watson Institute, Brown University, US. His research interests focus on contemporary discourses on violence, war, and security, the transformations of the modern state and the art of government, (critical) International Relations theory, (critical) security studies, contemporary French philosophy, and political theory. Didier Bigo is Associate Professor (tenure) at Sciences-Po, France and Professor of International Relations at Kings College London, UK. Bigo is Editor-in-Chief of the French quarterly journal Cultures & Conflits and launched, with R. B. J. Walker, the journal International Political Sociology. His research interests include security and liberty, biometrics identifiers and databases, antiterrorist policies in Europe after 9/11, the merging of internal security and external security, migrants and refugees in Europe, critical security studies, and international political sociology. Frederic Gros is Professor of Philosophy at Sciences Po Paris, France. His research focuses on contemporary French philosophy-in particular the thought of Michel Foucault, whose writings, such as Subjectivity and Truth, he has edited-the foundations of the right to punish, issues of war and security, and the ethics of the political subject.
1. Introduction: The International as an Object for ThoughtPhilippe Bonditti SECTION 1 - DE-DISCIPLINING KNOWLEDGE ABOUT THE INTERNATIONAL 2. The Figure of Foucault and the Field of International RelationsNicholas Onuf 3. Michel Foucault and International Relations: Cannibal RelationsDidier Bigo 4. Microphysics Of Power ReduxWilliam Walters SECTION 2 - BETWEEN PHILOSOPHY AND METHOD 5. Political Spirituality: Parrhesia, Truth And Factical Finitude Michael Dillon 6. Power as Sumbolon: Sovereignty, Governmentality and the InternationalMitchell Dean 7. Foucault and MethodMichael J. Shapiro SECTION 3 - INTERNATIONAL? 8. Silencing Colonialism: Foucault And the International Marta Fernandez and Paulo Esteves 9. Violence and the Modern International: An Archaeology of TerrorismPhilippe Bonditti 10. Foucault and the Historical Sociology of GlobalizationJean-Francois Bayart SECTION 4 - (NEO-)LIBERAL?11. On Liberalism: Limits, the Market and the Subject Frederic Gros 12. On Bureaucratic Formalization: The Reality-Like Fiction of Neoliberal AbstractionsBeatrice Hibou 13. Too-Late Liberalism: From Promised Prosperity to Permanent AusterityLaurence McFalls & Mariella Pandolfi SECTION 5 - BIOPOLITICAL? 14. Biopolitics in the Twenty-First Century: The Malthus-Marx Debate and the Human Capital IssueLuca Paltrinieri 15. Mesopolitics: Foucault, Environmental Governmentality and the History of the AnthropoceneFerhat Taylan SECTION 6 - GLOBAL? 16. The Word and the Things: An Archaeology of An Amnesic NotionArmand Mattelart 17. Foucault and GeometricsStuart Elden 18. Conclusion: Which Foucault? Which International?R.B.J Walker