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Within Foucault's assertion that society exists as a totalised field of actions upon actions, 'doing nothing' perhaps takes on the role of a radically subversive excess. This suggestion is consistent with Zizek's politics of withdrawal, or Bartleby politics. However Zizek's politics has come under much criticism in particular for the simple fact that he seems to be promoting indolent passivity in the face of systemic violence of contemporary liberal-democratic capitalism. This article seeks tofatcat:oretqetbhvbihp6sgj5bowvnxu