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metapolitics

(ˌmɛtəˈpɒlɪtɪks)
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (functioning as singular) political theory: often used derogatorily
metapolitical adj
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That is, for Ranciere, autonomy transforms art into metapolitics and conflates everyday objects with forms of aestheticized life (Ranciere, 2006a, 2006b).
Roberta Romano, Metapolitics and Corporate Law Reform, 36
Badiou A, 2005, "Ranciere and apolitics", in Metapolitics Ed.
Hawthorne in the Custom-House: The Metapolitics, Postpolitics, and Politics of The Scarlet Letter.
In such cases, politics becomes the 'prescription of a possibility in rupture with what exists' (Badiou, Metapolitics, p24).
The metapolitics of the 2002 Iraq debate: Public policy and the network imaginary.
6) See Roberta Romano, Metapolitics and Corporate Law Reform, 36 STAN.
As he writes in Metapolitics, "there is no theory of the subject in Althusser, nor could there ever be one" (59).
In other words, metapolitics is philosophy turned towards its own political situatedness.
Viereck, Metapolitics, 216, 252, 257; McGovern, From Luther to Hitler, 654; Peter Peel, introduction to The Myth of the Twentieth Century, by Alfred Rosenberg, trans.