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agonistics

the art of athletic combat or contests in public games.
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At best, there is mutual indifference and tolerance; at worst, confrontation and agonistics between the various camps that are primarily engaged in encampment and enclosure, in securing and defending a regional fiefdom, however small and insignificant.
A particularly illuminating passage occurs in the first week of the retreat, as Hopkins performs the Fifth Exercise, the "Meditation on Hell," visualizing the consequences of forgetting "the love of the Eternal Lord." Musing on the difference between literal and figurative forms of suffering, those of the senses and those of the imagination, Hopkins weaves the terms "instress," "stress," and "scape" into his talk of soul to imagine the corporeally experienced spiritual agonistics involved in a fall from grace.
(33) See Chantal Mouffe, "Democracy and Pluralism: A Critique of the Rationalist Approach" (1995) 16:5 Cardozo L Rev 1533; Chantal Mouffe, "Carl Schmitt and the Paradox of Liberal Democracy" (1997) 10:1 Can JL & Jur21; Chantal Mouffe, The Democratic Paradox (London: Verso, 2000) at 4; Chantal Mouffe, On the Political (Abingdon: Routledge, 2005) at 14-16; Chantal Mouffe, Agonistics: Thinking the World Politically (London: Verso, 2013) at 137-38.
Under the conduction of certain "floating attention", it proved significant to deal with the "field agonistics" (LATOUR, 1994) to shape, a posteriori only, a theoretical scenario (JACOBS, 2011; BOURDIEU, 2010) such as to allow the analysis of the data gathered.
No intento de demonstrar os alcances de sua abordagem para as relacoes internacionais, a autora publicou "Agonistics: thinking the world politically".
If the pragmatics and agonistics of genre's organization of social worlds are certainly overlooked dimensions in French and Francophone cultural studies research and pedagogy, so too, as Ross Chambers proposes, is the obvious potential of generic analysis for our understanding of subjectivity and identity.
Chantal Mouffe, "Agonistics. Thinking the World Politically," London and New York, Verso (201f3)
Mouffe C and Wagner E (2013) Agonistics: Thinking the World Politically.
(6.) See generally Chantal Mouffe, Agonistics: Thinking the World Politically (2013); Kalypso Nicola'idis, Democratic Theory and Europe's Institutional Architecture, in THE EUROPEAN Union: democratic Principles and Institutional Architectures in Times of Crisis (Simona Piattoni ed., 2015).
It seems more accurate to me to say that Levinas provides a phenomenology of the situation in which we find that normativity has become an issue, and then explores the "agonistics" of that situation, between Athens and Jerusalem but also in the shadow of the Holocaust.
(13) This is not an unconsidered choice; a couple of terms lend themselves for this task, such as Kotarbinski's term agonistics, or theory of violence / coercion / force.
(9.) Chantal Mouffe, Agonistics. Thinking the world politically, Verso, London 2013