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problems: concept clusters
Concepts are tools designed to be used on specified problems, cases, and inquiry and calibrated to the production of pragmatic outcomes both analytic and ethical. Concept work involves archaeological, genealogical, and diagnostic dimensions. Archaeologically, concept work involves investigating and characterizing concepts as part of a prior repertoire or structured conceptual ensemble. Genealogically, concept work frees concepts from their field of emergence by showing the contingent history of their selection, formation, as well as their potential contemporary significance. Diagnostically, concept work involves a critical function: testing the adequacy and appropriateness of a given concept or repertoire of concepts to new problems and purposes.

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Affect
Analysis
Anthropology
Apparatus
Assemblage
Case
Collaboration
Contemporary
Design
Diagnosis
Discordancy
Equipment (paraskeue)
Ethical Mode
Form
History of the Present
Indeterminacy
Jurisdiction
Mode
Ontology
Parasteme
Parrhesia
Pathway
Philosophy
Political Spirituality
Problem
Problematization
Ramify
Reconstruction
Rectification
Remediation
Salvation (soteria)
Subjectivation
Synthesis
Theme
Theology
Venues
Veridiction