One might way that this is how Deleuze sees the entire history of philosophy: it is a constantly shifting matrix of concepts that are created or modified at particular times and places under the compulsion of an equally shifting set of problematics
A key moment where Lagemann (2000) reveals her own problematics
is in her extremely brief discussion--one paragraph--of the turn to "critical" work in education that occurred in the 1970s and 1980s.
Given this interlacing of current events and the consequent necessity for traversal, these issues, problematics
and pitfalls are at the forefront of work by a broad range of thinkers across diverse field.
Kitroeff theorizes Greece's multiple relations with the modern Olympic Movement as a way to interrogate the political and cultural discourses that constitute Greece's problematic
emergence as a modern, democratic European state.
They are specific in naming events, dates, facts, and warn of the problematics
of not addressing the issues of race.
Here, however, I want to return to the problematics
of the screening of relentless violence.
Personally, though, I missed the assertion of a stronger position on the problematics
of conversion, an issue that vexes many of us in South Asia today.
Shields' analysis provides a helpful voice in the gendering of the appropriate and the interactional problematics
of doing emotions.
Whereas Moravia's noia became Camus' ennui, Betti's "Theatre of Moral Trials," perhaps influenced as much by his time as a prisoner of war during World War I as by his career as a magistrate under fascism, provided a dramatic framework for the problematics
of guilt and innocence that were to evolve into the Sartrean issues of personal responsibility in the post-Nuremberg age.
Jennifer Radden's extensive and ambitious anthology, The Nature of Melancholy: From Aristotle to Kristeva, expressed itself first of all in terms of the problematics
of chronology and tradition.
All came together as persons seeking "otium," leisure to confront literary problematics
, to study and take innocent delight in a wide range of subjects, and to engage in practices themselves innocent but important to the community as a whole.
They will be primarily represented by Kimberly Benston's investigation of the problematics
of naming in invisible Man (a reading I make much use of in this essay), and I also briefly mention Thomas Schaub's reading of masking.