On the basis of the texts we have read from the second half of the quarter, do an exegetical analysis of what constitutes the institutions and accompanying ethos of neoliberalism, and then argue what, in your view, constitutes action that is ethically or responsibly engaged with the realities of neoliberalism. In order to adequately respond to this issue, you will need to address several of the following concepts: the entrepreneur of the self/ ability-machine/ homo economicus, human capital as credit, social disinvestment/ privatization, governmental rule/ control of life, assumed criminality/ risk management, alleged �realism,� self-interest, radicalization of liberalism, the debt economy, indebted man, stolen future/ flattening of possibilities, different modes of power/ decision-making, debt as a point of solidarity or unity, subjection/ subjectivation, deterritorialization-reterritorialization, reform and revolution, forms of struggle, democratization of the workplace, strikes/sit-ins/occupations/ workers assemblies, nationalist/fascist tendencies of capitalism in crisis, participatory economics, against �human nature� cynicism, worker and consumer councils, new modes of pricing, de-centered/non-hierarchical production, job complexes.
1). Be sure to quote several passages while doing exegetical analysis.
2). Quoting passages does not make your explanation self-evident, however. Go the further step of explaining why the quote you�ve cited makes the distinction it makes. Said another way, show the reader how it is that specific words illustrate the point that you think Foucault is making.
3). Do not just repeat what Foucault says. Attempt to put his argument into your own words.
4). Follow out the presuppositions that are not explicit in the text. In other words, certain connections or logical premises will be necessary for Foucault�s argument to work, even though he does not straightforwardly state them. Attempt to flesh out the underlying assumptions that synthesize his argument as a whole.
5). Be generous in your thoughts. There is often more that can be said. Making the point with variations often helps to show that you understand the argument.
6). Assume that your audience or reader knows nothing about the topic. That is, imagine that you are writing to someone who knows nothing about philosophy.
7). Have an introductory paragraph with a thesis statement that clearly designates what your view is and how you will go about arguing it. Have a concluding paragraph that restates your thesis and rounds off what you have accomplished along the way.
USE THE TEXT I UPLODE AS RESOURCES.
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