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Unruly Practices: Power, Discourse, and Gender in Contemporary Social Theory
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action contexts administrative androcentric autonomy Barbara Ehrenreich beneﬁts body character childrearing claims classical capitalism clients conception conﬂict contemporary contestation crisis critical theory critique culture deconstruction deﬁned Derrida disciplinary Discipline and Punish discourse distinction domestic economic emancipatory essays example feminine Feminism feminist ﬁrst forms Foucault framework function gender subtext Habermas Habermas’s hand Heidegger humanism humanist institutions issues labor labor power late capitalist societies Legitimation Crisis liberal lifeworld Marxism masculine material reproduction McCarthy means metaphysics Michel Foucault modern power Moreover Nancy and Lacoue-Labarthe need interpretations needs talk normative ofﬁcial one’s paid philosophical politicized politics of need politique position posthumanist power/knowledge regime pragmatism problematic problems programs public sphere question radical reject relations retrait Richard Rorty role Romanticism Rorty Rorty’s sense Sexuality social movements social-welfare socialist-feminist solidarity speciﬁc strategic subsystem symbolic reproduction Thomas McCarthy tion totalitarianism trans vocabulary welfare state capitalism women workers