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3 See Aijaz Ahmad, “Jameson’s Rhetoric of Otherness and the ‘National Allegory,’” Social Text 17 (1987). NATIONAL ALLEGORY 7 4 Fredric Jameson, “Third-World Literature in the Era of Multinational Capitalism,” Social Text 15 (1986), 65. , 69. 6 Ahmad, “Jameson’s Rhetoric,” 8. 7 Jameson, “Third-World Literature,” 66. 8 Ibid. 9 Ibid. 10 D. A. Windsor, “Nargis, Rushdie, and the Real,” South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies 21 (1998): 229–42. 11 Cited in Erik Barnouw and S. Krishnaswamy, Indian Film (New York: Columbia University Press, 1963), 223.
In the process of such a discovery, I find that in the global episteme, Europe’s presence is not provincialized in totality; its presence has merely been diluted. At a glance, it could be said that the Western ethnographic gaze, though born in a colonial era and constituting Western modernity, is adapting itself under the regnant power paradigm of the global present, to see the distinct practical conduct and value dynamics of Indian modernity on its own terms. Some broad conclusions can be drawn from the way in which Indian heterogeneity is being increasingly looked at through an optic of plurality: it can be said that Western consciousness is acclimatizing itself to an emerging global dispensation where power – economic, militaristic or cultural – is no longer the sole prerogative of the West to flex unilaterally.
Hardt and Negri argue that capitalism has entered a new historical stage in which the sovereignty of nation-states is withering away in the face of globalization. A new, global form of sovereignty – Empire – is rising up in its place composed of a series of national and supranational “organisms” united under a single logic of rule. Multinational corporations and global institutions like the International Monetary Fund or World Trade Organization preside over this system alongside nation-states.