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- Afro-pessimism, Fugitivity, and the Border to Social Death
- Social death
- Slavery and social death : a comparative study
As the articles in this issue demonstrate, the concepts and theories introduced by Patterson are still vital.
Afro-pessimism, Fugitivity, and the Border to Social Death
As he demonstrates throughout this work, this claim is both correct as an intervention into how we ought to theorize freedom and as an empirical framework useful for understanding the Haitian Revolution and important in that it can and should alter how theorists consider the concept and practices of freedom. Specifically, as both a theoretical and an empirical account of freedom, marronage directs our attention toward the experience of freedom and the way in which that experience is anything but static or settled. Rather, freedom is mobile—predicated on and experienced through motion and movement. Quite simply: the experience of active refusals, resistances, and rejections are spaces of freedom. The force behind these questions is less that I think Roberts is wrong in his analysis, but rather that I want to know how to productively build on his work, to bend, extend, and adapt freedom as marronage to additional ends. Question 1: What is the relationship between social death and the forms of social life produced by slavery such that we might distinguish between parasitic and non-parasitic forms of social life under the rubric of marronage? Yet later in his book, Roberts insists that the framework of social death is nevertheless insufficient for understanding freedom precisely because first, it denies the significance of the psychology to freedom to the slave agent, and second, it cannot explain the metaphysics of freedom itself.
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Patterson, Orlando, Slavery and social death. Includes bibliographical references and index. 1. Slavery. 2. Slaves-Psychology. 3. Slaveholders-.
Slavery and social death : a comparative study
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