war against uncultivated land as the original “accumulation
of capital” (Marx) takes place as the politics of enmity against those who are
charged with the inertness, and non-work. In resorting to the economic coercion,
liberal imperialism brings this struggle against “waste” to its logical
conclusion. The paternalistic inclusion of the barbarians to the civilization
of work ethics hides the phenomenon of nationalized wealth and enmity in the
perspective of capitalist commodity. And that has inevitable consequences to
the understanding of the politics of enmity.
a philosophy of globalisation that emphasizes the sharp contrast between terms
such as “supra-nationalism”, “transnationalization” and national frames. This
line of thinking assumes the ending of the politics of enmities in national
context and the finalizing of the category of national wealth. In contrast to
these important studies points out the persistence of the nationally fragmented
space. Besides, the researches underline that “the competitiveness of national
localities suggests the continual importance of nationalism” (Ten Brink 2014: 136) or that the transnational
subjects of capitalist dynamic are dependent on the capacities of national
state apparatuses. Confronted with the dichotomy between transnational and
national tendencies, we are forced to draw a complex configuration that
maintains strong links between the commodified wealth and national borders.
Thus, it seems that the nationally mediated enmities are not contingent against
the practices of transnationalisation.
Actually, we intend to emphasize the nexus between the transnationalisation
and ethnification. In fact, ethnicism often through moralismsS1 operates by the politics
of fear that could inflame enmities, for example in the case of the migrants
treated as the agents of cheating and stealing of my, our jobs and employments.
capitalism mixed with neoconservative impulses, the problem of insecurity, the weakening
of the ties of social integration has become acute: from the various part of
the theoretical and political scene we hear calls to establish “authentic” community
and restore the lost belongingness in order to counterbalance the atomisation
of modern societies.
orientation is not immunised to the ethnification
of the social conflicts and antagonism. But the ethnicism remain wedged between
myth and nihilism – between the mythical idea of the bygone “authentic
togetherness” and the lack of any kind of community. In our interpretation
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