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NEWMAN, Saul

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NEWMAN, Saul. "Anarchism and the politics of ressentiment"
This essay critiques classical anarchism using Nietzsche’s concept of ‘ressentiment’ and Michel Foucault’s ideas on power. While Newman caricatures ’classical anarchism’ in his haste to define his own ‘post-anarchism’, and tends to favour individual identity over collective revolutionary action, he does make important points about the need for anarchism to be more than just a reaction to the state, (...)

NEWMAN, Saul. The Horizon of Anarchy: Anarchism and Contemporary Radical Thought
Abstract This paper explores the relevance of anarchism for current debates in continental radical political philosophy. It argues that anarchism – as a form of politics which proposes the abolition of state power – is the unacknowledged referent for radical politics today, and that contemporary thinkers such as Alain Badiou, Jacques Rancière and Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri, amongst (...)

NEWMAN, Saul. Postanarchism and space: revolutionary fantasies and autonomous zones
Abstract In this paper, I call for a re-consideration of anarchism and its alternative ways of conceptualising spaces for radical politics. Here I apply a Lacanian analysis of the social imaginary to explore the utopian fantasies and desires that underpin social spaces, discourses and practices – including planning, and revolutionary politics. I will go on to develop – via Castoriadis and (...)

NEWMAN, Saul. Max Stirner
Palgrave Macmillan (Critical Explorations in Contemporary Political Thought), 2011. 240 p. ISBN: 9780230283350. ISSN: 1923-5615. Publisher’s presentation Max Stirner was one of the most important and seminal thinkers of the mid-nineteenth century. In the shadows of Hegel, Stirner developed possibly the most radical and devastating critique ever of the discourses of modernity, incurring the (...)

NEWMAN, Saul. "Voluntary Servitude Reconsidered: Radical Politics and the Problem of Self-Domination"
Author’s Abstract In this paper I investigate the problem of voluntary servitude — first elaborated by Etienne de la Boëtie — and explore its implications for radical political theory today. The desire for one’s own domination has proved a major hindrance to projects of human liberation such as revolutionary Marxism and anarchism, necessitating new understandings of subjectivity and (...)

NEWMAN, Saul. "Editorial. Postanarchism"
Anarchist Studies, 2008, Vol. 16 Issue 2, p. 101-105.

NEWMAN, Saul A. "Temporary Autonomous Zone (protests in London against the G8 summit in Cologne)"
American Book Review 21(1):14, (Nov-Dec. 1999).

NEUMANN, Saul. "Interrogating the Master: Lacan and Radical Politics"
Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society (Dec 2004) Vol. 9 Issue 3, p. 298-314. Abstract This paper explores the implications of Lacanian psychoanalytic theory for radical politics today. Focusing on anarchism as a revolutionary alternative to Marxism, the paper develops Lacan’s argument about the paradoxical relationship between freedom, transgression and authority, as well as his theory of (...)

NEWMAN, Saul. "Anarchism, Poststructuralism and the Future of Radical Politics’
Substance: A Review of Theory & Literary Criticism (2007) Vol. 36 Issue 2, p3-19. Abstract Anarchism as a political philosophy and activist tradition, can be seen as the hidden referent for radical political struggles today. It shows how anarchist theory can intervene in the contemporary debates in continental theory over the future of radical politics, and allow a rethinking and (...)

NEWMAN, Saul Abraham. " From Bakunin to Lacan: Anti-authoritarianism and the dislocation of power ’
Ph. D. School University of New South Wales (Australia),1997 DAI-A 60/03, p. 871, Sep 1999 This dissertation compares anarchist and poststructuralist theory to explore problems of power, subjectivity and resistance in radical political theory. Radical political interventions tend "to reaffirm the power and authority they seek to destroy. This idea is introduced through the anarchist (...)

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