The word “crisis” denotes a break, a discontinuity, a rupture—a moment after which the normal order can continue no longer. Yet our political vocabulary today is suffused with the rhetoric of crisis, to the point that supposed abnormalities have been normalized. How can the notion of crisis be rethought in order to take stock of—and challenge—our understanding of the many predicaments in which we find ourselves?
- Subtitle: How People Assess, Transform, and Respond to Critical Situations
- Edited by Didier Fassin and Axel Honneth
ホネットが編者の1人で寄稿もしている。タイトルは"The Invisible Rebellion: Working People Under the New Capitalist Economy"