Introduction
- 1- The-glass-guillotine-was-not-the-only-option-he-considered;-he-also-imagined-
some-sort-of-chewing-machine-that-would-potentially-gnash-the-emperor-with-
teeth-composed-of-sets-of-the-classic-pair-of-worker’s-implements,-the-pickaxe-
and-shovel.
- 2- Ross,-May ’68 and Its Afterlives.
- 3- This-was-part-and-parcel-of-identifying-“everyday-life”-itself-as-an-analytical-and-
critical-category,-that-(in-the-words-of-Guy-Debord)-“everyday-life-is-right-here”-
(“Perspectives-for-Conscious-Alterations-in-Everyday-Life”).-Rob-Shields-has-as-
sociated-Lefebvre’s-concept-of-le quotidien,-“the-everyday,”-with-that-of-the-Sur-
realists.-Shield-distinguishes-Lefebvre’s-concept’s-specific,-critical-reference-to-
an-alienated-and-banal-life—that-is-nonetheless-the-site-potentially-for-authen-
tic-engagement—from-general-references-to-“daily-life”-and-from-critical-but-al-
legedly-nondialectical-conceptions-of-the-latter-by-Debord-(Shields,-Lefebvre, Love
and Struggle,-66–80).-I-use-the-general-terms-throughout-this-study,-however,-
to-render-equivalent-Japanese-terms-and-explore-the-development-of-their-own-
evolving,-critical-content-in-specific-circumstances,-discussions,-and-writings.
notes
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