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    • Climate Impasse, Fossil Hegemony, and the Modern Crisis of Imagination 

      Williams, Casey A (2022)
      I argue in this dissertation that “climate impasse” — knowing much and doing little about climate change — has become a defining political, social, and cultural problem of the contemporary period (1980s to the present). ...
    • Georges Sorel, Autonomy and Violence in the Third Republic 

      Brandom, Eric Wendeborn (2012)
      How did Georges Sorel's philosophy of violence emerge from the moderate, reformist, and liberal philosophy of the French Third Republic? This dissertation answers the question through a contextual intellectual history of ...
    • Lumpen: Vagrancies of a Concept from Marx to Fanon (and on) 

      Carpenter, Bennett Dempsey (2019)
      This dissertation, Lumpen: Vagrancies of a Concept from Marx to Fanon (and on), tracks the concept of the lumpenproletariat from its coinage by Karl Marx through its reworking by Franz Fanon, the Black Panthers and others ...
    • The Logistical Mode of Production: Logistics as a Total Way of Life 

      Rubinstein, Yair (2020)
      Social and cultural form is being reshaped by the increasing centrality of logistical science to everyday lived experience. Formerly confined to the governance of commodity chains, logistics’ influence has grown into a pervasive ...