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One also waits for judgment over crimes possibly committed. For nation states time is not only management and control of control. It is also the time of remembrances—of times long past, wars fought, won or lost, and monuments erected. Here waiting and memory can be fused in forms of state-created historical reconstruction, which emphasises certain events while minimising others. It can be argued, though, that monetary time is the most complex, the most contingent and the most unstable of any of the temporal horizons of modernity.
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This reordering involved a process of reduction to, and domination by, the set of ethno-sectarian master signifiers. 16 Feldman’s analysis helps us to see both an extreme version of how social organisation is produced, and also, by contrast, an alternative mode of social organisation in which spaces, places, bodies, identities, memories and temporalities are multiply coded. 17 So, in this alternative setting there is a significant degree of freedom in the way in which individuals position themselves in relation to the Waiting for Sociality 35 array of cultural resources and negotiate an identity.
Arthur Rimbaud by Enid Starkie