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Its prototerritory is the force of time, just making itself formatively felt. 'Ihe force is only determinately felt in the consequent form of its effects. The native tense of the force of time is a universal will-have-been: a will-have-been felt, for the forming, followed by a willhave-been formed for synergized on-flow and over-spill, tending toward a limit of pancatastrophe. 12 National Enterprise Emergency 29 ONTOPOWER When threat becomes ubiquitously generic, and the generic makes itself singularly felt, with effectively indeterminate formative force, toward an irruptive impulsion that is immanently conditioning, driving potentially pansystemic disruption and reordering, it becomes the bellwether of naturing nature for the complex, crisis-incubating environment of life.
Its vocation is to be the antiaccident. " This is power going out to meet the accident in rapid response, at the first flush of an eventfulness setting in. In this role, it takes many forms. The fabled first responder is the most visible figure of the hero in the "waging of peace" against indiscriminate threat. THE NATURE OF THREAT Given the incipiently pansystemic reach of the slightest strike of threatpotential, it is clearly arbirary to classify the indiscriminate threat as either 26 Brian Massumi natural or cultural in any final or stable way.
Governmentalityoverlaps with state power but is not reducible to it: it is "is both external and internal to the state, since it is the tactics of government that allow the continual definition of what should or should not fall within the the state's competence" (Foucault, Security, Territory, Population, 109). Governmentality's extending beyond and encompassing of the state exerts a defining pressure on state power, pushing it massively away from disciplinary power and at the same time placing it in tension with the arbitrariness of sovereign power.
Beyond Biopolitics: Essays on the Governance of Life and Death by Patricia Ticineto Clough, Craig Willse