Index
abulia, 77– 78
Adam Bede (Eliot), 43, 45– 47, 106, 117
Adolphe Blanc (character), 117– 18
Adorno, Th eodor, 81, 209n23
Aesop, 231n13
aff ective realm, 31, 175; alignment with
good will of, 68, 223n11; of feminist
killjoys, 2– 3, 152– 60; of par tic u lar
will, 101– 2, 104, 229n5; of usefulness,
232n17; of the willful subject, 18,
82– 83, 152; of words for willfulness,
150– 51, 242nn23– 24
“After Amsterdam” statement, 158– 60
Against Our Will (Brownmiller), 55
Agamben, Giorgio, 207n9, 214n16
Agustín, Laura María, 220n46
Ahmed, Sara, 159. See also specifi c titles
Alexander of Hales, 219n42
ambivalence, 37– 38, 77– 78, 215n19
Analyses concerning Passive and Active
Synthesis (Husserl), 36, 212n8
anarchic hand syndrome, 248n4
anarchist will, 239n9
Th e Anatomy of Disgust (W. Miller), 226n28
anatomy of the will, 207n9
Anderson, Benedict, 127
Andry, Nicolas, 72
Angell, James Rowland, 81– 82
anger, 115
angle of the arm, 198
the angry person of color, 167
Antigone (character), 137, 238– 39nn6–7,
244n34
anti- immigration rhetoric, 127– 29,
236n35; conditional hospitality of,
127– 28, 236n36; gay imperialism and,
166– 68; on Islam, 165– 68; on the
unwilling migrant/otherness, 128– 29,
236– 37nn37–38; veil debates in, 121,
150– 52, 236n37, 242– 43nn25–28
Anzaldúa, Gloria, 21
Aquinas, 212n9; on obedience, 63– 64; on
passivity of will, 221n1; on sovereign
will, 136, 142
Arab spring, 228n1
Arbeitswissenschaft, 110– 11
archaeology of will, 207n9
archive of willfulness, 13– 21; bodies as
part of, 18– 19; broken threads in, 155;
as challenge to formalist universal-
ism, 160, 245– 46nn44–45; desire lines
of, 21, 210n30; on education, 14, 20,
205n6; Eliot’s works in, 14– 15, 209n21;
Hegel’s master- slave dialectic in, 15,
200– 204, 252nn30– 31, 253n34, 254n36,
255n38; partiality of, 18; philosophy
and not philosophy in, 14– 16; on power
relations, 16; as praxis, 16, 20; sweaty
concepts of, 18– 19, 209n27; transcul-
tural sites of, 205n6; “Th e Willful Child”
(Grimm and Grimm) in, 1– 2, 13– 15,
17– 18; the willful subject in, 17– 18, 21
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