INDEX
Abensour, Miguel, 1
absolutism, 75– 76
accumulation, 70– 71
Agamben, Giorgio, 26, 125– 26, 202, 237
Age of Extremes, 160
alienation, 166– 67
Althusser, Louis, 147
anarchy, 175, 192, 284– 85, 288– 89
Ancien Régime, 47
Antelme, Robert, 277– 78
antipolitics, 251– 58
arché aoristos, 177– 78
Arendt, Hannah, 83, 136, 165– 86; on
banality of evil, 179; on civic disobedi-
ence, 175– 76, 178; on human rights,
166– 73, 275; on legal disobedience,
178– 86; on nationalism, 269; on perils
of equality, 176– 77; on po liti cal, concept
of, 167– 69; on revolution, 118; on right to
have rights, 106, 125, 169, 170; on right to
the city, 275; on totalitarian state, 172– 73,
184, 185; on voluntary servitude, 180– 81,
182. See also specifi c works
Aristotle, 7, 45, 48, 174– 75, 177, 296n5
Badiou, Alain, 99
banlieues: antipolitics in, 251– 58; neoliberal
restructuring and, 337n49; as postcolony,
238– 42; uprisings in, 231– 58; use of term,
233; violence, characterization of, 234– 38,
240– 42, 251, 255– 56
Barkat, Sidi Mohammed, 269
Bastille, storming of (1789), 279
Bataille, Georges, 191
Baudelaire, Charles, 255
Begriff des Politischen (Arendt), 169
Bellarmin, Robert, 227
belonging: cosmopolitanism and, 276;
models of, 200– 201; in religious
communities, 227; in social citizenship,
162; subjectivity and, 227; territorializa-
tion of, 271
Benjamin, Walter, 202
Benveniste, Émile, 297n18
Berlin, Isaiah, 71
Bernstein’s theorem, 19
Beveridge Plan, 114, 157
Bidet, Jacques, 340– 41n34
Bill of Rights (U.S.), 40– 41
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