Index
ACT-UP,
148
Adorno, Theodor, 32-33, 44
Agency, 31-34
Alterity, I, 64; and addiction, 54-56;
and examples, 90-117
Altieri, Charles, 14
Anger, 143-48, 157-58
Aronowitz, Stanley, 148, 173 n_I
Austin, J.
1.,
21, 81
Bakhtin, M. M., 5-6, 73, 176 n.9, 177
n.I6, 178 n.I9; and dialogic ethics,
35-38; and humanism, 176 n.6; and
subjection, 40-48
Baraka, Amiri, 118-37, 185 n-4, 186
n.6, n.8, 187 n.II, 188 n.25
Bauman, Zygmunt, 33-34, 166-69
Becoming-black, 134-37, 119-23, 129
Bhabha, Homi, 9-1I
Brown, Wendy, 7, 145
Burroughs, William: on addiction
53-56,61; on ethics, 62-63; on the
inhuman, 67-72
Butler, Judith, 94, 141, 169-70, 174
n.6; critique of Deleuze, 155-58;
on failure, 82-89, 153-55; on iden-
tity politics, 2, 182 n.Io; on Lacan,
84-89; on performative identity,
21-30,190 n.lI
Connolly, William, 3-4,7,149-50,
190 n.IO
Constative utterance, 21-23
Culler, Jonathan, 21
Davis, Miles, 126
Deconstruction, 25, 116, 174 n.7
de Greef, Jan, 59-60
Deleuze, Gilles, 12, 161; on desire,
156-58; on repetition, 119; on
resentment, 141-46, 187 n.I9
Deleuze, Gilles, and Felix Guattari,
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