Foucault Spivak Deleuze and the Invisible Committee

The differences in power and the act of domination seem to be made the central focus of resistance movements through the lens of Foucault and Deleuze. The remedy they offer to domination is localized autonomy, specified through interests, and informed by experiential knowledge. One of the main criticisms that come from Spivak is the unacknowledged role global capitalism and international divisions of labor how that plays into interest, desire, and power. The other is the power that ideology has on constituting the regional landscapes in relation to these three categories. I found these more modern conceptions of how power, desire, and interest via neoliberal ideology play into everyday life in the book The Coming Insurrection: which looks at how lives are lived and peoples relationship to work post-economic failures of the mid 2000’s.

https://archive.org/details/TheComingInsurrectionByTheInvisibleCommittee

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