By Aihwa Ong, Stephen J. Collier
Offers an exhilarating method of probably the most contentious concerns in discussions round globalization—bioscientific learn, neoliberalism, governance—from the point of view of the "anthropological" difficulties they pose; in different phrases, by way of their implications for the way person and collective lifestyles is topic to technological, political, and moral mirrored image and intervention.
- Offers a ground-breaking method of primary debates approximately globalization with chapters written by means of best students from around the social sciences.
- Examines a number phenomena that articulate large structural variations: technoscience, circuits of trade, platforms of governance, and regimes of ethics or values.
- Investigates those phenomena from the viewpoint of the “anthropological” difficulties they pose.
- Covers a wide variety of geographical components: Africa, the center East, East and South Asia, North the USA, South the USA, and Europe.
- Grapples with a few empirical difficulties of renowned and educational curiosity — from the organ exchange, to accountancy, to pharmaceutical study, to neoliberal reform.
Chapter 1 worldwide Assemblages Anthropological difficulties (pages 3–21): Stephen J. Collier and Aihwa Ong
Chapter 2 On Regimes of dwelling (pages 22–39): Stephen J. Collier and Andrew Lakoff
Chapter three Midst Anthropology's difficulties (pages 40–53): Paul Rabinow
Chapter four Stem Cells R Us: Emergent lifestyles varieties and the worldwide organic (pages 59–78): Sarah Franklin
Chapter five Operability, Bioavailability, and Exception (pages 79–90): Lawrence Cohen
Chapter 6 The Iceland Controversy: Reflections at the Transnational marketplace of Civic advantage (pages 91–103): Gisli Palsson and Paul Rabinow
Chapter 7 Time, funds, and Biodiversity (pages 107–123): Geoffrey C. Bowker
Chapter eight Antiretroviral Globalism, Biopolitics, and healing Citizenship (pages 124–144): Vinh?Kim Nguyen
Chapter nine The final Commodity: Post?Human Ethics and the worldwide site visitors in “Fresh” Organs (pages 145–167): Nancy Scheper?Hughes
Chapter 10 criteria and Person?Making in East significant Europe (pages 173–193): Elizabeth C. Dunn
Chapter eleven the personal lifetime of Numbers: Pharmaceutical advertising in Post?Welfare Argentina (pages 194–213): Andrew Lakoff
Chapter 12 enforcing Empirical wisdom in Anthropology and Islamic Accountancy (pages 214–231): invoice Maurer
Chapter thirteen Cultures of workmanship and the administration of Globalization: towards the Re?Functioning of Ethnography (pages 235–252): Douglas R. Holmes and George E. Marcus
Chapter 14 The self-discipline of Speculators (pages 253–269): Caitlin Zaloom
Chapter 15 Cultures at the verge of collapse: Reengineering the Soul of Capitalism — On an international Scale (pages 270–290): Kris Olds and Nigel Thrift
Chapter sixteen Heterarchies of worth: dispensing Intelligence and Organizing variety in a brand new Media Startup (pages 293–319): Monique Girard and David Stark
Chapter 17 Failure as an Endpoint (pages 320–331): Hirokazu Miyazaki and Annelise Riles
Chapter 18 Ecologies of craftsmanship: Assembling Flows, dealing with Citizenship (pages 337–353): Aihwa Ong
Chapter 19 Globalization and inhabitants Governance in China (pages 354–372): Susan Greenhalgh
Chapter 20 Budgets and Biopolitics (pages 373–390): Stephen J. Collier
Chapter 21 country and concrete house in Brazil: From Modernist making plans to Democratic Interventions (pages 393–416): Teresa Caldeira and James Holston
Chapter 22 The Garrison?Entrepot: a method of Governing within the Chad Basin (pages 417–436): Janet Roitman
Chapter 23 organic Citizenship (pages 439–463): Nikolas Rose and Carlos Novas
Chapter 24 powerful wisdom and Fragile Futures (pages 464–481): Marilyn Strathern
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Various political and economic transformations interact dynamically with the formation of the garrison–entrepoˆt. These include structural adjustment policies, fiscal crisis, privatization, the erosion of the state monopoly on violence, and the increasing marginalization of the Chad Basin from the global economy. In this context, Roitman’s insight is to understand the garrison–entrepoˆt not in terms of absence – of law, civility, or a coherent grounds for ethical reasoning – but as a distinct domain, with its own norms, technologies, and sites of practice.
28. 18 MacIntyre, After Virtue, p. 162. 19 MacIntyre, After Virtue, p. 150. MacIntyre claims that the centrality of the polis as the proper milieu of ethics was common beyond the Aristotelian tradition. ’’ (After Virtue, p. ) 20 Hannah Arendt, The Human Condition (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1958). 21 Arendt, The Human Condition, pp. 36–37. 22 Taylor, ‘‘Justice after Virtue,’’ p. 31. 23 See Leo Strauss, The City and Man (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1964). 24 MacIntyre, After Virtue, p.
Strathern’s account begins from a problematic situation: the 23 stephen j. collier and andrew lakoff invention of new technologies poses questions concerning the regulation of human reproduction. Notably, it is the state, and specifically this Royal Commission, that is identified as the appropriate agent to respond. ’’7 The Commission’s answer is the appropriation and deployment of an ‘ethical’ technology – a survey – that aims to capture the diversity of opinion of Canadian society. This procedure constitutes a social audit, whose purpose is to analyze not financial values and flows but the values of society.