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|a Adams, Jason Michael, |e author.
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|a Occupy time : |b technoculture, immediacy, and resistance after Occupy Wall Street / |c Jason M. Adams.
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|a [Basingstoke] : |b Palgrave Pivot, |c 2013.
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|a In this perceptive book, cultural and political theorist Jason M. Adams moves beyond increasingly inadequate accounts of speed and acceleration to reflect upon the temporality of the Occupy Wall Street movement. In doing so, he develops the concept of immediacy -- the 'speed-limit' that, today more than ever, is reformatting thought, control, and resistance alike. In the process, Adams mobilizes the work of Paul Virilio, Karl Marx, Hannah Arendt and Gilles Deleuze to rethink the ancient Greek concept of kairos for the contemporary moment.
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|a 1. Kairopolitics: The Politics of Realtime -- 2. Thought-Time: Immediacy and Live Theory -- 3. Control-Time: Immediacy and Constant Capitalism -- 4. Defense-Time: Immediacy and Realtime Resistance.
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