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Liene Ozoliņa

striving does not result in ‘robust counterpublics’? And what if it does not at all aim at forming such counterpublics? Striving can, instead, be considered as an ethical issue. As Joel Robbins writes in a seminal article on the anthropology of the good, As with the construction of the good, there is a strong temptation to dismiss people’s investments in realising the good in time as mere utopianism, to smother their hopes analytically with what Clifford has recently called our own ‘wet-blanket “realism”’ (2009: 241). But if part of the point of the anthropology of the

in Politics of waiting