Judith Butler; Disturbance, Provocation and the Ethics of Non-Violence
The paper mobilies Adam Smith's treatment of the division of labour in relation to the prodcution consumption and exchange of knowledge. One aspect of this mobilization deals with the epistemic demands that exchange makes on its participants. The other deals with increasing returns in the provision of knowledge itself, treating knowledge creation as just another example of specialization and exchange. These two aspects come together in relation to the epistemic demands associated with assessing...[Show more]
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