Caída libre by Joseph E. Stiglitz PDF

By Joseph E. Stiglitz

L. a. trouble international arrastra l. a. etiqueta de «Made in America». En este libro Joseph Stiglitz explica cómo Estados Unidos ha estado exportando sus malas doctrinas económicas, sus malas políticas y su mala conducta al resto del mundo para finalmente sólo ser capaz de producir un remiendo apresurado e ineficaz cuando se produjo el colapso de los mercados. Stiglitz traza además el camino de salida de los angeles real situación, un camino construido sobre los angeles defensa de las principles que le han convertido en un referente imprescindible de l. a. economía internacional: restaurar el equilibrio entre los mercados y el Gobierno, abordar las desigualdades del sistema financiero international y exigir a los economistas mejores rules (y menos ideología).

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Aristotelian organic representation uses difference to specify identities within larger indeterminate classifications. Thus, for example, the general category, or genus, ‘animal’ is differentiated by traits such as ‘winged’ and ‘rational’ into the specific identities, or species, ‘bird’ and ‘man’. Birds are winged animals and humans are rational animals, making birds and men the same in respect of being animals but different in regard to what makes them one animal species rather than another. Their difference is thus conceived in terms of a higher sameness.

A truth’, he maintains, ‘cannot lose anything by being written down, any more than it can lose anything through our preserving of it’ (Hegel 1977: §95). Yet in typing, for example, ‘here and now it is exactly 5:55 pm and my laptop computer is in front of me’, the statement becomes false even as it is being set down. What remains true, however, even in this immediate self-contradiction, is that immediate experiences are always framed by the concepts of time, space, subject and object: whether it is 5:55 pm, midnight, or 8:30 am, and no matter where I am and what is in front of me, my conscious experience always takes the form of an object appearing in a here and a now before a subject.

In this way, they go beyond the level of institutional politics that dominant traditions in political theory have usually taken to be their main focus, towards levels that require more complex forms of analysis. But for Deleuze, these theories still abstract away relations in a way that limits their analysis of these other levels. As will be seen, they fail to explore properly a ‘micropolitical’ domain that for Deleuze has little to do with the constitution of identity, successful or otherwise, but instead concerns other kinds of fundamental transformation.

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