Starting from Foucault’s reflection on the process of transformation and dislocation of the norm from the heteronomous and transcendent command sphere and its redefinition in terms of immanence and social constitution, thispaper proposes to rethink the definition of the political and juridical subject in the new power relations that characterize the global governance. Its specific objective is the definition of public space and the meaning of the agency of subjectivity when it is no longer referable to the full subject of the modern juridical-political narrative. It is a matter of reflecting on the ability of political actors to distance themselves from the areas of normality and regularity and, consequently, to attribute different connotations and new directions to forms and spaces, defined by law and politics. We therefore question the reassuring and protected environment of the exercise of rights, such as in the theories of deliberative democracy based on the recognition and inclusion of the other, to turn our gaze to the effects of the concrete practices of freedom that define the subject as a political subject. Ultimately, a dialectic between the normative moment and the continuous re-elaboration of its fields that redefines in terms of flexibility the models of subjectivation, classification and identification, referring to plural forms of political and juridical subjectivation that are produced by the heterogeneous collocation of individuals crossing public spaces.
|Titolo:||Subjetivaciones políticas y agency frente a las transformaciones de la normatividad|
TUCCI, Antonio (Corresponding)
|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1.1 Articolo su rivista con DOI|