Ethics and Political Philosophy | Latin American Languages and Societies | Sociology
This book proposes to clear a way through some of the dominant political determinations and violent symptoms of contemporary globalization. It does this in in order to make a case for “infrapolitics” as an enactment of intellectual responsibility in the face of a tumultuous world of war and of technological value extraction on a planetary scale. In Infrapolitical Passages the politics of contemporary global capital is a race to the bottom of reason itself, extended in the wake of the subordination of all forms of living to the economized relation between means and ends. It is this relation which, thanks to the overall mastery of contemporary technicity, appears to be bringing humanity to a threshold of existential collapse.
Williams, Gareth, "Infrapolitical Passages: Global Turmoil, Narco-Accumulation, and the Post-Sovereign State [TOC]" (2020). Literature. 19.