Our Issues?

A Garcian-Latourian Approach to Speculative Realist Political Theory

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  • Eamon Reid Edge Hill University

Palavras-chave:

Tristan Garcia, Bruno Latour, Issue-oriented politics, we-ourselves, Speculative realism

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Levi Bryant em seu artigo Speculations IV sobre “Política e Realismo Especulativo”, argumentou que as teorias críticas em geral enfatizam negativamente a relação humano-mundo. Bryant argumenta que deveria haver uma ênfase maior no mundo real (para ele o “material”). Mas não se pode perder de vista como é que nós, políticos, temos em vista essas questões reais e materiais. Neste artigo, procuro abordar o problema realista das relações políticas por meio de We Ourselves, de Tristian Garcia. O “nós” garciano é então conectado a uma teoria política realista latouriana das “questões”. Uma política orientada para questões exige que se preste atenção à trajetória das preocupações políticas e a quem exatamente essas questões dizem respeito. Em outras palavras, essas questões (que podem ser categorizadas diferencialmente para clareza analítica, como Bryant faz), de certa forma pressupõe um nós garciano que tem uma questão em vista. Esse “ter algo em vista” pode excluir o não-humano, ou o não-humano pode ser levado em consideração, dependendo de nossa concepção de “nós”. Finalmente, tento enfatizar que uma filosofia política orientada para questões requer uma teorização de sobreposição de questões ou “empilhamento”, e que a ênfase de Garcia em transparências e pilhas (de “nós”) pode ser aplicada à política realista de questões.

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2023-12-20

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REID, Eamon. Our Issues? A Garcian-Latourian Approach to Speculative Realist Political Theory. Das Questões, [S. l.], v. 18, n. 1, 2023. Disponível em: https://periodicos.unb.br/index.php/dasquestoes/article/view/42753. Acesso em: 25 abr. 2024.