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Unformatted text preview: ess of hegemony will be addressed . If they foster policing as their paradigm — including
imprisonment, police occupations, commodified governmental operations, a renewed Jim Crow, and a re-criminalisation of race as their version of social order — then
to merely catalogue these institutional forms marks the moment at which understanding stops. To pretend to understand at that point would be to affirm what denies
understanding. Instead, we have to understand the state and its order as a mode of anti-production that seeks precisely to cancel understanding through its own common sense. For common sense, the opposite of injustice is justice;however, the opposite of
hyper-injustice is not justice. The existence of hyperinjustice implies that neither a consciousness of injustice nor
the possibility of justice any longer applies. Justice as such is incommensurable with and wholly exterior to the relation between ordinary social
existence and the ethic of impunity including the modes of gratuitous v...
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- Spring '14