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Master's Dissertation
DOI
10.11606/D.8.2007.tde-18022008-105434
Document
Author
Full name
Diego Araujo Azzi
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2007
Supervisor
Committee
Paoli, Maria Celia Pinheiro Machado (President)
Oliveira, Francisco Maria Cavalcante de
Rizek, Cibele Saliba
Title in Portuguese
Sujeitos e utopias nos movimentos antiglobalização
Keywords in Portuguese
Capitalismo
Globalização
Movimentos Sociais
Política
Sociedade Civil
Abstract in Portuguese
Esta dissertação discute o aparecimento histórico dos chamados movimentos antiglobalização na cena política contemporânea. Sobretudo a partir de Jacques Rancière e Hannah Arendt, o percurso do texto busca relacionar esse fenômeno a diferentes sentidos atribuídos à idéia de política, e, também, à profunda transformação do contexto político mundial que ocorreu a partir dos anos neoliberais da década de 1990. A exposição aborda a trajetória política desses movimentos e alguns de seus debates internos, explorando as potencialidades de efetiva criação de cenas de dissenso, bem como as possibilidades existentes de ruptura interna. No contexto policial atual a sempre iminente supressão da política através do estado de exceção, evidencia que a reinvenção das tradições, ações e modos de subjetivação destes movimentos continua na ordem do dia.
Title in English
The historical emergence of the so called antiglobalization movements
Keywords in English
Capitalism
Civil Society
Globalization
Politics
Social Movements
Abstract in English
The present dissertation discusses the historical emergence of the so called antiglobalization movements into the contemporary political scene. Based mainly in Jacques Rancière and Hannah Arendt, the trajectory of the text aims at relating this phenomenon to the idea of politics in some of its different aceptions; as well as to the deep transformation in the world's political scenario since the 1990's neoliberal years. The presentation approaches these movements' political paths and some of their internal debates, exploring the potential for effective creation of scenes of dissent, as well as the existing possibilities of internal rupture. In the current police order the always imminent suppression of politics by means of an exception state, exposes that the need to reinvent traditions, actions and modes of subjectivizing within these movements still remains present.
 
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Publishing Date
2008-02-21
 
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