Interrupting the World As It Is: Thinking Amidst the Corporatocracy and in the Wake of Tunisia, Egypt, and Wisconsin

@article{DeLuca2011InterruptingTW,
  title={Interrupting the World As It Is: Thinking Amidst the Corporatocracy and in the Wake of Tunisia, Egypt, and Wisconsin},
  author={Kevin Michael DeLuca},
  journal={Critical Studies in Media Communication},
  year={2011},
  volume={28},
  pages={86 - 93}
}
  • K. DeLuca
  • Published 1 June 2011
  • Political Science
  • Critical Studies in Media Communication
We will never understand what constrains us and tries to make us despair, if we do not constantly return to the fact that ours is not a world of democracy but a world of imperial conservatism using democratic phraseology . . . . A solitary power, whose army single-handedly terrorizes the entire planet, dictates its law to the circulation of capital and images, and loudly announces everywhere, and with the most extreme violence, the Duties and Rights that fall to everybody else. (Badiou, 2006, p… 

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