Hope: New Philosophies for Change

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Psychology Press, 2003 - Philosophy - 288 pages
First published in 2003. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
 

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Contents

Acknowledgments
10
THE ELEMENTS OF HOPE
19
CARNIVAL OF THE SENSES WITH MICHAEL TAUSSIG
42
JOYFUL REVOLT WITH JULIA KRISTEVA
64
FAITH WITHOUT CERTITUDES WITH Nikos PAPASTERGIADIS
78
ON BELIEVING WITH CHRISTOS TSIOLKAS
98
HOPE PASSION POLITICS
122
ON THE SIDE OF LIFE JOY AND THE CAPACITY OF BEING
150
THE REST OF THE WORLD WITH GAYATRI SPIVAK
172
THE ART OF LIVING WITH MICHEL SERRES
192
NAVIGATING MOVEMENTS WITH BRIAN MASSUMI
210
A COSMOPOLITICS RISK HOPE CHANGE
244
Epilogue
274
Index
282
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About the author (2003)

Mary Zournazi earned her PhD in cultural theory, philosophy, and politics. She is the author of Foreign Dialogues, After the Revolution - On Kristeva, coeditor of The Kristeva Critical Reader. She works as a radio producer and lives in Sydney. The Australian Broadcasting Corporation has broadcast a radio feature based on Hope.

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