アレントと社会的アイデンティティの政治学<br>Speaking through the Mask : Hannah Arendt and the Politics of Social Identity (Psychoanalysis and Social Theory)

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アレントと社会的アイデンティティの政治学
Speaking through the Mask : Hannah Arendt and the Politics of Social Identity (Psychoanalysis and Social Theory)

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  • Cornell Univ Pr(2001/02発売)
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  • 言語 ENG
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基本説明

Arendt was famously resistant to both psychoanalysis and feminism. Nonetheless, psychoanalytic feminist theory can offer a new interpretive strategy for deconstruction her equally famous opposition between the social and the political.

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Hannah Arendt was famously resistant to both psychoanalysis and feminism. Nonetheless, psychoanalytic feminist theory can offer a new interpretive strategy for deconstructing her equally famous opposition between the social and the political.Supplementing critical readings of Arendt's most significant texts (including The Human Condition, On Revolution, Rahel Varnhagen, The Origins of Totalitarianism, Eichmann in Jerusalem, and The Life of the Mind) with the insights of contemporary psychoanalytic, feminist, and social theorists, Norma Claire Moruzzi reconstitutes the relationship in Arendt's texts between constructed social identity and political agency. Moruzzi uses Julia Kristeva's writings on abjection to clarify the textual dynamic in Arendt's work that constructs the social as a natural threat; Joan Riviere's and Mary Ann Doane's work on feminine masquerade amplify the theoretical possibilities implicit in Arendt's own discussion of the public, political mask. In a bold interdisciplinary synthesis, Moruzzi develops the social applications of a concept (the mask) Arendt had described as limited to the strictly political realm: a new conception of (political) agency as (social) masquerade, traced through the marginal but emblematic textual figures who themselves enact the politics of social identity.

Table of Contents

A Story                                            ix
Arendt Works Cited and Abbreviations Used xv
The Human Condition as Embodied 1 (13)
The Social Question 14 (12)
The Mask and Masquerade 26 (22)
Speaking as Rahel : A Feminine Masquerade 48 (13)
Finding a Voice : The Author and the Other in 61 (6)
The Origins of Totalitarianism
The Charlatan: Benjamin Disraeli 67 (19)
Race and Economics 86 (28)
The Banality of Evil 114(22)
Politics as Masquerade 136(19)
Notes 155(48)
Index 203