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, This would require that another definition of politics be advanced in place of that which, constitutively, excludes violence and politics (or which, to be more precise, reduces the link between the two to the State's exclusive monopoly over legitimate violence
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est-ce que la politique agonistique?' in Agonistique. Penser politiquement le monde, p.25, 2014. ,
, It is conceivable that this idea is intended as a response to Herbert Marcuse's One-Dimensional Man, 1964.
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Whereas antagonism represents an Us/Them relationship where the parties are enemies and share no common ground, agonism is an Us/Them relationship where the conflicting parties, although admitting that no rational solution to their Agonistic and Epistemic Pluralisms 59 disagreement exists, nevertheless recognize the legitimacy of their opponents. They are "adversaries" rather than "enemies", meaning that, despite their conflict, the opponents see themselves as members of one and the same political association, vol.35 ,
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, This aspect is another trait shared with the works of
When we use the word pluralism we intend it to be interpreted in a purely epistemological sense. The pluralism that we discuss pertains not to the world itself, but to our attempts to understand it in terms accessible to our limited mental powers. We accept that the world is a unity, in spite of the fact that we have no workable description of it in such terms, 2016. ,
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, The Marquise du Châtelet's Leibnizianism is presented here as a kind of antidote against Newtonianism in France, to use Shank's wording: Newton Wars, pp.440-441
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60 Paragraph 38 See, for example, chapter II, § 8. 39 The paragraph continues: 'and they are all of an accord that displaced matter, wound springs, flattened fibres, transmitted forces, etc., that really all the effects of bodies in motion are always as the square of their velocity multiplied by their mass, § 2 of De Mairan's Dissertation, pp.7-8 ,
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