By Lee Edelman
En "No al futuro", Edelman insta a las personas queer a abandonar las posiciones cómodas o integradas, y a asumir los angeles fuerza de una negatividad que él vincula con l. a. ironía, el goce y, en última instancia, con los angeles pulsión de muerte. Para ilustrar su tesis, Edelman analiza algunos textos clásicos de l. a. literatura, y especialmente dos famosas películas de Alfred Hitchcock: "Con l. a. muerte en los talones", donde el sádico Leonard pisa l. a. mano que sostiene a los angeles pareja (hetero) que está colgando al borde del abismo, y "Los pájaros", con su terror desconcertante y su predilección por los niños. Edelman amplía el alcance de l. a. teoría psicoanalítica contemporánea no solo a obras de l. a. literatura y el cine, sino también a debates políticos actuales, como el matrimonio igualitario, los angeles paternidad/maternidad de las personas LGBT y l. a. homofobia de los grupos religiosos integristas.
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We will return to this issue in the next chapter, but suffice it to say here that ‘civilian power Europe’ implied cooperation and the development of international structures in seeking international objectives and the application of non-military, mainly economic, means of providing security. Moreover, within this context, the environment and, to some extent, the development of science and technology could be classified as issues that needed to be addressed by ‘civilian power’ to cope with security threats.
Unlike the earlier encounter, however, this time Europe attached great significance to the Prime Minister’s visit and, as the Diplomatic Bluebook admits, ‘showed unusually great enthusiasm in receiving him [the Prime Minister]’, which was interpreted ‘as showing THE COLD WAR AND THE EC-JAPAN SECURITY DIALOGUE (1959-1990) 51 the West European countries’ understanding of the importance of their relations with Japan’ (MOFA 1973). It was believed that ‘the Prime Minister’s direct dialogue with the leaders of these countries promoted mutual understanding between Japan and Europe and served as an opportunity to promote cooperative relations between Japan and Europe within the global framework and contributed to the expansion of Japan’s diplomatic base from the standpoint of promoting Japan’s diplomacy in a multipolarised age’ (MOFA 1973).
In his speech, he observed that it was a somewhat lopsided and superficial approach to Japanese-European relations to focus solely on their economic context (Owada 2001: 14). As Hisashi Owada noted, it was clear that the days were past when Japan and Europe could be content with an indirect relationship with the US serving as intermediary (Owada 2001: 14). Fukuda asserted that Japan and Europe were seeking to develop a ‘relationship of true solidarity and cooperation by aiming at common goals based upon the shared recognition of common interests and the sense of common values’ (Owada 2001: 14).
No al futuro by Lee Edelman