A crítica da modernidade de Adorno, Foucault e Agamben, ou a Ideologia da separação
THE CRITIQUE OF MODERNITY IN ADORNO, FOUCAULT AND AGAMBEN, OR THE IDEOLOGY OF SEPARATION
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The article focuses on the critique of Modernity elaborated by three continental philosophers, Adorno, Foucault and Agamben. By locating a certain critical attitude towards the episteme of Modernity, present in all three of these thinkers, the author explores the ideas and the discursive steps that connect Adorno’s notion of Modernity to that of Foucault, and Foucault’s ideas to the political theory of Giorgio Agamben. What crystallises from this discursive chain connecting the oeuvres of the three thinkers, is a certain ideology of Modernity which could be called the “ideology of separation”.
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