By: Lidia Lo Schiavo
Source: Journal of Social Science for Policy Implications June 2015, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 1-18 ISSN: 2334-2900 (Print), 2334-2919 (Online) Copyright © The Author(s). All Rights Reserved. Published by American Research Institute for Policy Development DOI: 10.15640/10.15640/jsspi.v3n1a1 URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.15640/jsspi.v3n1a1
This article proposes a conceptual reassessment of the paradigm of the crisis of the State by reformulating this issue from a dual analytical perspective, asserting first that this crisis cannot be considered new in the narrative of State transformations, and highlighting how, when and for what purposes this same discourse has been thematised in the theoretical debate. Thus, this approach analyses how rhetorical works within this theoretical framework discourse of the crisis. The foucauldian genealogical approach (i.e. biopolitics and governmentality) allows us to address the topic and problematize the main arguments in the field, i.e. the transformations of State caused by globalization processes (namely the phenomenology of the contemporary State ranging from state sustainability to state failure), the burgeoning emergence of governance without government as a model of policy-making and the reshuffling of the balance of power between neoliberal economy and politics, namely the redesigning of hegemonic relations between the two.
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