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Tag: neoliberalism

Manufacturing Dissent:  The DC Insurrection and the Cycle of Law-Preserving and Law-Making Violence

We are shocked. Morally outraged. How could a US president tout “law and order” to incite a blatant attack on “American democracy” and “the rule of law,” encouraging his supporters to storm the US capitol? Commentators decry such hypocrisy, stating the obvious contradiction between US constitutional law and violent coups. My contention in this essay is that no such contradiction exists.

Political Theology, Volume 20, Issues 3 and 4 are now available

New issues from the twentieth year of our journal feature articles on Hobbes, poverty, Indonesia, and more, as well as a special issue on Christos Yannaras.

Can Neoliberalism Allow for Love?

In a world where the market is the foundation, can there be love in politics?

Kant, Hayek, And The “Truth” Of The Market

Morality can never have as its aim anything besides what is right in its own right regardless of the incentives or consequences.

High Modernism And The Epistemic Origins Of The Crisis Of Neoliberalism

The social is no longer a predicament, but a project.