Thursday, 3 May 2018

Felipe Torres is going to present a working paper on 'Thesis on regimes of temporality. Paradox between homogenization and heterogenization'

In this text, I expose reasons to conceive time as a political matter, as well as ways in which time has acquired a political condition that can be tracked from Early Modernity until today. Over the past decades, academic discussions about time have positioned its political role. Following these efforts, this chapter intends to expose the reasons to conceive time as a political concept in at least three levels: a) as philosophy of history; b) as dimension of governmentality in terms of biopolitics; and c) as recognizable regime of temporality in contemporary societies.

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