The Future of Difference
Beyond the Toxic Entanglement of Racism, Sexism and Feminism
The Future of Difference theorises contemporary regimes of power as engaged primarily in the violent production of difference. In this moment, the logic of 'other and rule' thoroughly permeates the social and the political; our contemporary condition is increasingly premised on endless subtle hierarchical distinctions, which determine whole populations' attitudes, feelings and actions. Hark and Villa make a compelling case for the detoxification of public and political discourse, in favour of an ethical mode of living-with the world, that is, living with plurality and alterity.
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