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Homo Sacer: Sovereign Power and Bare Life
Introduction Part I. The Logic of Sovereignty: 1. The paradox of sovereignty 2. 'Nomos Basileus' 3. Potentiality and law 4. Form of law Threshold Part II. Homo Sacer: 1. Homo sacer 2. The ambivalenceExpand
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State of Exception
Two months after the attacks of 9/11, the Bush administration, in the midst of what it perceived to be a state of emergency, authorized the indefinite detention of noncitizens suspected of terroristExpand
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Remnants of Auschwitz: The Witness and the Archive
A philosophical study of the testimony of the survivors of Auschwitz. In this book the Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben looks closely at the literature of the survivors of Auschwitz, probing theExpand
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The Coming Community
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Means Without End: Notes on Politics
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The Open: Man and Animal
@fmct:Contents @toc4:Translator's Note iii @toc2:1 Theromorphous 00 2 Acephalous 00 3 Snob 00 4 Mysterium disiunctionis 00 5 Physiology of the Blessed 00 6 Cognitio experimentalis 00 7 Taxonomies 00Expand
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What Is an Apparatus? and Other Essays
The three essays collected in this book offer a succinct introduction to Agamben's recent work through an investigation of Foucault's notion of the apparatus, a meditation on the intimate link ofExpand
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Potentialities: Collected Essays in Philosophy
Editor's note Editor's introduction Part I. Language: 1. The thing itself 2. The idea of language 3. Language and history: linguistic and historical categories in Benjamin's thought 4. Philosophy andExpand
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Homo sacer. El poder soberano y la nuda vida.
Autor: Giorgio Agamben Editorial: Pretextos Ciudad: Valencia (España) Año: 1999 Número de páginas: 276 Al finalizar la lectura de este libro nos encontramos con tres conclusiones de Giorgio AgambenExpand
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Infancy and History: The Destruction of Experience
How and why did experience and knowledge become separated? Is it possible to talk of an infancy of experience, a "dumb" experience? For Walter Benjamin, the "poverty of experience" was aExpand
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