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Undoing the Demos

Neoliberalism’s Stealth Revolution

Wendy Brown

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Beschreibung

Neoliberal rationality — ubiquitous today in statecraft and the workplace, in jurisprudence, education, and culture — remakes everything and everyone in the image of homo oeconomicus. What happens when this rationality transposes the constituent elements of democracy into an economic register? In vivid detail, Wendy Brown explains how democracy itself is imperiled.

The demos disintegrates into bits of human capital; concerns with justice cede to the mandates of growth rates, credit ratings, and investment climates; liberty submits to the imperative of human capital appreciation; equality dissolves into market competition; and popular sovereignty grows incoherent. Liberal democratic practices may not survive these transformations. Radical democratic dreams may not either.

In an original and compelling theoretical argument, Brown explains how and why neoliberal reason undoes the political form and political imaginary it falsely promises to secure and reinvigorate. Through meticulous analyses of neoliberalized law, political practices, governance, and education, she charts the new common sense.

Undoing the Demos makes clear that, far from being the lodestar of the twenty-first century, a future for democracy depends upon it becoming an object of struggle and rethinking.

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Schlagwörter

Rule of law, Social liberalism, End of history, Radical feminism, Social contract, Political philosophy, Profession, Democratic ideals, John Rawls, Political Liberalism, Neoliberalism, Pragmatism, Corporate media, Public university, Posthumanism, State socialism, The Sovereign State, Realpolitik, Need-blind admission, Freiburg school, Hard power, State of nature, Cultural liberalism, North–South divide, Marketization, Two Treatises of Government, Invisible hand, Homo economicus, Iron cage, Hollowing Out, Narcissism, Friedrich Naumann, Equal opportunity, Too big to fail, Economic rent, Governance, Public sphere, Citizens (Spanish political party), Political economy, Modernity, Nationalization, The Price of Inequality, Political correctness, Democratic socialism, Inverted totalitarianism, Economics, Griftopia, Internship, Popular sovereignty, Political Man, Tax, Nonprofit organization, Freedom of speech, Human capital, Self-interest, Common good, Curtailment, Structural adjustment, Capitalism, Governmentality, Sovereignty, Mission creep, Mercantilism, Social democracy, Centrism, Statism, Activism, Self-ownership, Liberal democracy, Competition (economics), Business ethics, Subversion, Aftermath of World War II, Despotism, Rationality, Economy, One-Dimensional Man, Rationalization (sociology), Superiority (short story), Liberalism, Political freedom, Economic power, Politics, The Social Contract, Golden parachute, Devolution, Subsidy, Institutional economics, Criticisms of Marxism, Deliberation, Comparative advantage, Economic liberalism, Minarchism, Anarcho-capitalism, Insurgency, Soft power, Political revolution, Use value, Anti-globalization movement, Classical liberalism