“Political Categories proposes nothing less than a new way of thinking about politics and such political ideas and institutions as the state, sovereignty, power, and revolution. The question is how to define what is proper or singular to politics without isolating it from other spheres of human activity and thought.”
~ Daniel Innerarity, author of Governance in the New Global Disorder
This week we’ve been featuring Political Categories: Thinking Beyond Concepts by Michael Marder. Tuesday and Wednesday you read a guest post about phenomenology and the eroticism of power, today we present your with the preface to the book.