ESCLUSIONE IDENTITARIA E INCLUSIONE SELETTIVA: LA MARCATURA BIOPOLITICA DELLA GOVERNAMENTALITÀ NEOLIBERALE/IDENTITY EXCLUSION AND SELECTIVE INCLUSION: A BIOPOLITICAL MARK OF NEOLIBERAL GOVERNMENTALITY

Laura Bazzicalupo

Abstract


The essay focuses on the effects of the power of naturalization of differences, that is classifying principle of biopolitical devices. Biopolitical/thanatological management of populations, using the naturalization of human for exclusionary purposes, is supported by a flexible form of governmental inclusiveness organized by an economic logic: one option does not exclude the other. The racialized subaltern uses his own body for a form of strategic and antagonistic identification. The juridical de-identification, induced by economic evaluation criteria, helps practices of self-management that are political in a different way from traditional one. The subjects who actively fit into the governmental system bypass exclusion in an interesting though problematic way and are oriented towards new and experimental subjectifications.

Keywords


Biopolitics, Ratialisation, Exclusion/Inclusiveness.

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