Depoliticized Famous Quotes & Sayings

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6 Depoliticized Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Depoliticized Sayings By Noam Chomsky: Even in a largely depoliticized society such as the United States, with no political parties Even in a largely depoliticized society such as the United States, with no political parties or opposition press beyond the narrow spectrum of the business-dominated consensus, it is possible for populate action to have a significant impact on policy, though indirectly. That was an important lesson for the Indochina Wars. — Noam Chomsky
Depoliticized Sayings By Michael Hardt: The hegemony of finance and the banks has produced the indebted. Control over information and The hegemony of finance and the banks has produced the indebted. Control over information and communication networks has created the mediatized. The security regime and the generalized state of exception have constructed a figure prey to fear and yearning for protection - the securitized. And the corruption of democracy has forged a strange, depoliticized figure, the represented. These subjective figures constitute the social terrain on which - and against which - movements of resistance and rebellion must act. — Michael Hardt
Depoliticized Sayings By Sarah Schulman: As the conversation continued it was clear that these were divided people. As artists as As the conversation continued it was clear that these were divided people. As artists as well as queers, these people wanted to be able to think in radical ways, to have insights, to realize, to make work that was outside of social assumptions, to be radical people who could-like the weary ACT UPers-achieve justice in some fashion. They admired their predecessors who had created change through confrontation, alienation, and truth telling. But their professional instincts led them in different directions: accommodation, social positioning, even unconscious maneuvering of the queer content they did have so that it was depoliticized, personalized, and not about power. — Sarah Schulman
Depoliticized Sayings By Al Gore: I'm a big fan of Bitcoin ... Regulation of money supply needs to be depoliticized. I'm a big fan of Bitcoin ... Regulation of money supply needs to be depoliticized. — Al Gore
Depoliticized Sayings By Wendy Brown: Moreover, since (as chapters 3 and 5 will argue) tolerance requires that the tolerated refrain Moreover, since (as chapters 3 and 5 will argue) tolerance requires that the tolerated refrain from demands or incursions on public or political life that issue from their "difference," the subject of tolerance is tolerated only so long as it does not make a political claim, that is, so long as it lives and practices its "difference" in a depoliticized or private fashion. In addition to being at odds with the epistemological and political stance to which many politicized identities aspire, this requirement also results in the discursive suppression of the social powers that constitute "difference" as well as in the strengthening of the hegemony of unmarked cultures, ethnicities, races, or sexualities; — Wendy Brown
Depoliticized Sayings By Heinrich Himmler: Let us assume that the Turks in whose ranks Europeans were fighting as well, even Let us assume that the Turks in whose ranks Europeans were fighting as well, even in high positions, would have conquered Vienna and Europe in 1683 instead of having been forced to withdraw. If the Mohammedans would have gained the victory at the time and Islam would have swept victoriously over Europe, then the Christian churches would have been depoliticized. ( ... ) For the Turks were religiously tolerant, they allowed each religion to continue to exist, provided it was no longer involved in politics - otherwise it was finished. — Heinrich Himmler