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What Kind Of Thing Is 'Neoliberalism'?

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This essay introduces the special double issue (80/81) of New Formations, Neoliberal Culture. It situates the eleven other contributions to the volume in the context of the wider field of debate over the existence and nature of 'neoliberalism' as a specifiable and analysable phenomenon. In particular it considers the conceptual status of neoliberalism as a discursive formation, a governmental programme, an ideology, a hegemonic project, a technical assemblage, and an abstract machine.
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Keywords: ABSTRACT MACHINE; DISCURSIVE FORMATION; GOVERNMENT; HEGEMONY; IDEOLOGY; NEOLIBERALISM; TECHNICAL ASSEMBLAGE

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 12 November 2013

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  • new formations is an inter-disciplinary journal of culture, politics and theory. It covers a wide range of issues, from the seduction of perversity to questions of nationalism and postcolonialism.

    'essential reading for those who want to understand politics in the light of the most important trends in contemporary theory' Chantal Mouffe.

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