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We turn here to the growing work on prefigurative politics as a way for pushing beyond the present moment and rethinking the question of the inter-relation between education and social revolutions.
She would not have seen much value in co-ops solely as a form of prefigurative politics, but would value them if they could at the same time contribute to advancing the greater goal of building a radical alternative.
The online events reflect the concept of <<digital prefigurative participation>> (Mercea, 2012) since they triggered the presence of protesters offline.
(29.) Carl Boggs, 'Marxism, Prefigurative Communism, and the Problem of Workers Control'.
Nor is it easy establishing and defending prefigurative alternatives and alternative policies and designs.
At times, carried away by his urge to show the insignificance of human beings in the great scheme of things, he has his characters see Gothic clouds brood over the horizon, though his narrator, who seems to have read Feuerbach, also shows an anthropological understanding of this attitude: "Like all the cottagers in Blackmoor Vale, Tess was steeped in fancies and prefigurative superstitions; she thought this an ill omen-the first she had noticed that day" (Hardy 75).
Approaching the independence movement as a social movement allows consideration of its prefigurative aspects.
The following section continues to address the prefigurative approach of guidance materials by specifically focusing on the editing guidance set out by the Life in a Day production team.
there may be a sense in which world literature could be an emergent, prefigurative category that is concerned with a form of cultural dissensus and alterity, where non-consensual terms of affiliation may be established on the grounds of historical trauma.
EPSTEIN, Barbara, (1988) oThe Politics of Prefigurative Community: The Non-Violent Direct Action Movement.o, en Mike Davis and Michael Sprinker (eds) Rehaping the U.S.
The second 12 of the 24 contributions deal with reflections on the limits of prefigurative politics, the feminist movement, developmental education schools, emotional commitment, and a mesogenetic methodology, among other topics.
Such a sensibility has surfaced in Post-Left movements in the form of what is often termed 'prefigurative politics' (Gordon 2008, pp.