Difference, time and micropolitics
Professor Nathan Widder
Department of Politics and International Relations
Over the past three decades, political theory and political philosophy have seen the return to ontology – that is, the study of fundamental categories of being or existence, such as identity, difference, space, time, and relation – in order to address questions concerning language, the unconscious, and the constitution of human subjectivity. This lecture will elaborate on and place Professor Widder's past and current research in relation to these debates, in particular setting out how they relate to “micropolitics,” or ethical practices of the self-implicated in political and social life.
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