Habermas, Kristeva, and Citizenship

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Index
abjection, 18; borderline patients and, 130; Kristeva and, 74–77; Kristeva on, 115
abortion, 100
absolute, the, 27, 188, 189
act (doing), 54; as power, 135
action, 177n. 7, 181; Arendt on, 127; lifeworld and, 85, 86; norms and, 90; reconstructive sciences and, 44
activity: associated, 188; Nietzsche on, 152; spontaneous, 55
administration, the administrative, 11; Habermas and, 89, 90; Habermas on, 88, 91
Adorno, Theodor, 23, 24
After Virtue (Maclntyre), 141
Agacinski, Sylviane, 53
agency, 15, 39, 139; “author function” and, 152; Foucault and, 137; subjectivity and, 134. See also complementary agency; political agency; social agent
alterity, 73, 76, 77, 161; versus autonomy, 9; identity and, 129; subjectivity and, 132
Amateur (film), 146
amnesiac, the, 146
analysand, the, 18, 163; Kristeva and, 70; Lacan and, 61, 65, 66; love and, 130
analyst, the, 18, 163; Kristeva and, 70; Lacan and, 61, 65; love and, 130
Ans, André Marcel ď, 148
Anthropologist on Mars, An (Sacks), 127
Arendt, Hannah, 5, 98, 127, 136; on power, 136
argument, 2, 101, 157–58
Aristotle, 5n. 2, 51, 136; on the citystate, 3; knowledge and, 176–77; on politics, 178; practical wisdom and, 178–79; reason and, 5; on substance, 53
arts, the, 176, 182
associations, 174, 175; civic, 84; legitimacy of government and, 98
asymbolia, 75, 130
Athens, Greece, 2, 166
atomism, 14
author, authorship, 141; Arendt on, 127; Cashinahua Indians and, 149; Nietzsche and, 151–52
authority, 14, 87; reason and, 24; speaking and, 40–41
autoeroticism v. narcissism, 62
autonomy, the autonomous, 17, 27, 135, 150; antagonism and, 7; in the communication community, 33; communicative reason and, 11; community and, 36; Habermas and, 37, 38–43; versus heteronomy, 8; heteronomy and, 132; identity and, 77; internalizing of conflicts and, 31; Kant and, 38, 39;

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction Politics and Citizens 1
  • Part I - Subjectivity in the Making 21
  • 1 - Habermas's Theory of Postconventional Identity 23
  • 2 - Subjects-In-Process 56
  • Part II 79
  • 3 - Habermas on Citizens and Politics 81
  • 4 - the Split Subject in the Public Sphere 102
  • Part III 127
  • 5 - Relational Subjectivity 129
  • 6 - Complementary Agency 151
  • 7 - Ways of Knowing 164
  • 8 - Deliberative Communities 184
  • Bibliography 193
  • Index 205
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