Maurice Blanchot, recits critiques by Pierre Vilar, Christophe Bident (eds.)

By Pierre Vilar, Christophe Bident (eds.)

Actes du colloque, Paris, Université Paris three et Université Paris 7, 26 mars 2003. l. a. position de l’oeuvre de M. Blanchot dans les arts, en France et à l’étranger. Avec quelques textes inédits de Maurice Blanchot.

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If economic neoliberals focus singularly on abstract market mechanisms, then political neoliberals point to the central role played by civil society in the collapse of authoritarian regimes and the transition to capitalist democracy. 29 In this view, civil society provides the moral and societal foundations for market and democratic institutions by aggregating societal interests, communicating values, ideas, and information, and providing crucial social services. Contrary to macroeconomic reform, civic democratic reform is conceived as a “bottom-up” grassroots effort.

After their election, the newly ˇ SSZˇ spent the remainder of the plenary formed Central Committee of C meeting deliberating over the future of the women’s movement. They laid out their new perspective in a letter to the government. The letter took issue with the democratization process for not addressing women’s complex and difficult situation as a major society-wide problem to discuss and to act upon (“Nove´ perspectivy . ”1968; Heitlinger 1979: 70). Having made a number of points about the failures of socialism in the context of women’s rights as citizens, including the lack of quality consumer and childcare services for the many women workers and the relegation of women to subordinate roles in both the socialist workforce and the government, the Women’s Union’s letter sought a role for the women’s movement as an equal partner in decisionmaking about the future of Czechoslovakia’s democracy, through formal consultations with government.

36 According to proponents of the neo-Gramscian view, capitalism expands where it has possibilities and untapped resources to do so. It takes advantage of the territorial fragmentation of the world economy, and of a whole range of existing social divisions and differences. These divisions and differences include gender, race, ethnicity, and so on, as well as class (Cox 1996: 23). 39 These ideologies and norms have played a part in the transitions 20 Gender, Globalization, and Postsocialism to capitalism as well.

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