This groundbreaking book offers a fresh and innovative perspective on ethics and politics after poststructuralism.
Madeleine Fagan argues that the "ethical" should not be understood as a label; it does not mean "good" or "right," and is not an evaluation or guide.
Rather, both the ethical and the political are descriptions of the context in which we find ourselves.
Fagan offers an account of the inseparability of ethics and politics that challenges existing accounts of poststructuralist ethics and shows the need for a practice-based rethinking of the ethico-political.
Drawing on the work of Emmanuel Levinas, Jacques Derrida and Jean-Luc Nancy, Ethics and Politics after Poststructuralism puts forward a radical and far-reaching critique of both foundational and non-foundational ethical theory.