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  • Fareld, Victoria, 1973 (författare)
  • Minnet i historien
  • 2011
  • Ingår i: Språket i historien, historien i språket. En vänbok till Bo Lindberg. - Göteborg : University of Gothenburg. - 9789197623933 ; , s. 329-339
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  • Fareld, Victoria, 1973 (författare)
  • The re- in recognition: Hegelian returns
  • 2012
  • Ingår i: Distinktion: Scandinavian journal of social theory. - 1600-910X. ; 13:1, s. 125-138
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • By using ‘the return’ as a dialectical figure, the author discusses four contemporary appropriations of Hegelian dialectics – as restoration, recollection, repetition, and interpellation – in relation to the concept of recognition in contemporary political philosophy. They are seen in the light of social and political forces influencing European and North American intellectual debates from the events of 1989 to the aftermath of 9/11. By a critique of Charles Taylor's work, it is argued that Hegelian return conceived as restoration sets recognition as an act of self-appropriation through social mediation. Recognition becomes a means for self-unification through identity affirmation, a coming back to oneself as undistorted. The author subsequently sketches out two alternative appropriations of Hegelian dialectics in relation to questions of recognition: as recollection and repetition. The dialectical return understood as recollection turns recognition into an acknowledgement of intersubjective vulnerability. It sets the return to oneself as a peripeteian force, focusing on the unpredictable rebounding effects of one's own actions, a view advocated by Patchen Markell. Recognition becomes a movement toward self-expropriation if it turns on the necessary failures, indeed, on the impossibility of the return. The return as repetition becomes the place-holder for a unity that will never be. Jean-Luc Nancy is seen as an exponent of this perspective. The author ends by arguing for an understanding of the dialectical return as an interpellative force which turns our attention from recognition to recognizability, that is, from the relation between self and others to the social space and practices governing the space in which people appear as recognizable to each other, in line with the latest work of Judith Butler.
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  • Fareld, Victoria, 1973 (författare)
  • Wilhelm von Humboldts frihet som epigenetisk bildning
  • 2006
  • Ingår i: Lychnos: Årsbok för idé- och lärdomshistoria 2006. - 0076-1648. ; , s. 30-45
  • Tidskriftsartikel (refereegranskat)abstract
    • The article examines the complex notion of freedom in the first major work of the German philosopher and Prussian government functionary Wilhelm von Humboldt (1767–1835), Ideen zu einem Versuch, die Gränzen der Wirksamkeit des Staats zu bestimmen from 1791 [On the limits of state action]. As Humboldt in this work advocates minimal state intervention as a condition for individual self-realization, he is often considered as a proponent of what Isaiah Berlin in the 1950’s characterized as negative liberty, that is liberty as independence and non-interference. I am arguing that Berlin’s distinction between negative and positive liberty conceals more than it reveals when applied to Humboldt’s thinking. By seeing Humboldt’s idea of freedom in the light of the late eighteenth-century theory of epigenesis, according to which evolution is an unpredictable and successive self-generation, I am showing the intricate entwinement in Humboldt’s philosophy between freedom as non-interference and independence and freedom as successive development and self-realization; a realization whose ultimate conditions have to be secured by the state. Epigenetic ideas became vital elements in German Idealism and crucial components in the idea of Bildung as an individual process of cultivating a unique personality, which by Humboldt becomes a concern of the state and an object for regulations and standardizations. Seeing his idea of freedom as an epigenetic process of self-cultivation, I claim, makes apparent the double role which he ascribes to the state, which should motivate a more nuanced reading of Ideen.
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  • Lorenzoni, Patricia, 1975, et al. (författare)
  • Inledning: Klassifikation
  • 2011
  • Ingår i: Glänta. ; :1
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