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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.8.2011.tde-04102011-090957
Document
Author
Full name
Gilberto Tedeia
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2011
Supervisor
Committee
Arantes, Paulo Eduardo (President)
Grespan, Jorge Luis da Silva
Loureiro, Isabel Maria Frederico Rodrigues
Rosa Filho, Sílvio
Silva, Franklin Leopoldo e
Title in Portuguese
Quando a violência política entra em cena
Keywords in Portuguese
Democracia popular
Irresistibilidade do poder soberano
Prática radical
Resistência política
Violência política
Abstract in Portuguese
Tendo como fio condutor o uso da violência política em sua relação com o poder soberano, a Tese decifra um percurso que leva da crítica ao terror ao esvaziamento da política. O temor da transformação de questões sociais em questões políticas inaugura a desqualificação da ação política que busque instaurar outra hierarquia de valores e outros lugares às categorias e grupos sociais vítimas de uma ordem instituída. Como se essa decisão de exclui-los fosse expressão da vontade da maioria, a abstração que permite excluir grupos humanos inteiros no pós-Primeira Guerra Mundial, ao transformar direito em privilégio de alguns como no caso em que apátridas e desnacionalizados foram vítimas, é encontrada também no movimento que transforma a política em gestão e administração, e criminaliza as tentativas de ruptura da ordem vigente. No termo desse percurso, os limites à liberdade prático-política são pensados tanto sob o registro da luta emancipatória radical quanto sob o da criminalização da ação violenta como terrorismo a ser neutralizado ou exterminado.
Title in English
The mise-en-scène of the political violence
Keywords in English
Political resistance
Political violence
Popular democracy
Radical practice
Resistless sovereign power
Abstract in English
This Thesis main focus is the analysis of the ways in which political violence can be used and its relations with the Sovereign Power. I argue that there is a link build by the years between the Terrors critics and the emptying of politics, alloying the creation of the idea that one must fear the transformation of social questions into political questions. Because of this situation, all political actions seeking another values hierarchy and another place to the status quos victims tend to be disqualified. Also, since the post-I Great War, the mass exclusion of entire social groups not only became possible but could be shared as a decision of the majority of the people, through the transformation of common wrights into privileges of some, as can be observed in the homelandless and stateless cases. I aim to demonstrate the functioning of the abstraction working in that process, and to sustain that is the same abstraction that gives basis to transform politics into management and administration, and to criminalize the ones who fight to disrupt the established order. Thus, the limits of the practical political freedom will be examined under the clash of two registers: one belonging to radical emancipatory fights and the other one to the movement that enforces violent political actions criminalization as terrorism needed to be neutralized or terminated.
 
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2011-10-04
 
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