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Entanglements and ambiguities
Saurabh Dube

, turning on collective mentalities and anonymous forces in the unfolding of the past. Yet such readings ignore Michelet’s actual procedures of research and writing, which arguably recast both “hermeneutic” and “scientific” methods in order to create a genuinely “modernist” historical scholarship. Michelet’s history writing, Jacques Rancière has argued, brought to the fore the salient but repressed

in Subjects of modernity
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Democratic state, capitalist society, or dysfunctional differentiation?
Darrow Schecter

systems. It has been seen that the economy, in principle, is just one of those systems, and that FD is and remains the defining feature of sociological modernity. Endowed with the appropriate constitutions and inter-​systemic mediations, FD might provide decisive im­petus for the transition from political statehood to social statehood. Notes 1 Colin Crouch, David Held, Wolfgang Streeck, Jacques Rancière, and Wendy Brown, amongst many others, are all grappling with this question. For an analysis of the most important questions involved, see David Gonsalves

in Critical theory and sociological theory
On social systems and societal constitutions
Darrow Schecter

William Outhwaite (ed.), Brexit: Sociological Responses (London: Anthem Press, 2017), pp. 101–​10, at p. 108. 41 Jacques Rancière has done some very valuable research into the history of libertarian socialism, and has found that there are historical precedents for this kind of re-​ordering. See his La Nuit des prolétaires: Archives du rêve ouvrier (Paris: Fayard, 1981), ­chapters 7 and 11. 42 For example, the organisation responsible for uniting the French Colonies of Africa may have been renamed as the Financial Community of Africa, but the states that comprise it

in Critical theory and sociological theory