Author(s): Justin Chandler Mueller
The Temporality of Political Obligation provides a critique and reconceptualization of the tactics wherein our political duties – what we owe to political government and communities, and the explanation why we must obey their laws – had been historically conceptualized, justified, and contested. Drawing from theories of time and temporality, Justin Mueller demonstrates one of the unacknowledged assumptions and theoretical blind spots shared amongst those ostensibly adverse positions, and the issues and contradictions that this overlook of time poses. Enriching the literature at the philosophers Henri Bergson and Gilles Deleuze, Mueller demonstrates how their theoretical frameworks on time can be utilized to investigate a political drawback this is generally confined to the troubles of normative liberal democratic idea. Politically, this e-book supplies readers with the way to higher determine and analyze the varied temporalities they come across in on a regular basis existence, and higher perceive their reviews of them. A welcomed and well timed learn which shall be of pastime to students focused on fresh efforts to interact with the social and political dimensions and penalties of time and temporality.