The Anomie of the Earth Philosophy, Politics, and Autonomy in Europe and the Americas / Federico Luisetti, John Pickles, and Wilson Kaiser, eds. ; foreword by Walter Mignolo. Afterword by Sandro Mezzadra.

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Kaiser, Wilson, 1978-, Pickles, John, 1952-, Luisetti, Federico, 1969-
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: London : Duke University Press, 2015.
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Table of Contents:
  • Anomie, resurgences, and de-noming / Walter Mignolo
  • Autonomy: political theory/political anthropology / Federico Luisetti, Wilson Kaiser, and John Pickles
  • Geographies of autonomy
  • The death of Vitruvian man: anomaly, anomie, autonomy / Joost de Bloois
  • Sovereignty, indigeneity, territory: Zapatista autonomy and the new practices of decolonization / Alvaro Reyes and Mara Kaufman
  • Indigeneity and commons
  • Enclosing the enclosers: autonomous experiences from the grassroots, beyond development, globalization and postmodernity / Gustavo Esteva
  • Life and nature otherwise: challenges from the abya-yalean andes / Catherine E. Walsh
  • Mind the gap: indigenous sovereignty and the antinomies of empire / Jodi A. Byrd
  • The enclosure of the nomos: appropriation and conquest in the New World / Zac Zimmer
  • Forms of life
  • Decontainment: the collapse of the Katechon and the end of hegemony / Gareth Williams
  • The savage ontology of insurrection: negativity, life, and anarchy / Benjamin Noys
  • Unreasonability, style, and pretiosity / Frans-Willem Korsten
  • Reenchanting the world: technology, the body, and the construction of the commons / Silvia Federici
  • Afterword resonances of the common / Sandro Mezzadra.