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Colonial Governmentality and the Public Sphere in India

Title:Colonial Governmentality and the Public Sphere in India
Author:Klpagam U.
Publication:The Journal of Historical Sociology / Blackwell Publishing
Enumeration:vol. 14, no. 4, pp. 418-440, Dec. 2001
Abstract:Colonial governmentality in India reconstituted the public sphere. New political rationalities that constituted modern governmental power and the liberal technologies of government effected a new conception of economy and society. Governmentality's governance of colonial conduct in an improving direction socialized native public opinion to question the legitimacy of the colonial covenant. As native opinion against colonial rule sharpened, colonial liberalism had often to make a volte-face of its liberal principle and was forced to suppress public opinion. Gandhi alone sought to overturn colonial governmentality and in doing so, provided a conception of public opinion that could transcend the limits of liberal reason.

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