Between war and politics

  title={Between war and politics},
  author={P. Owens},

Paper Mentions

The biopolitical condition : re-thinking the ethics of political violence in life-politics
This project interrogates how the biopolitical rationale conditions our contemporary subjectivities, politics and ethics, in order to critique the ethical justifications of technology drivenExpand
Arendt and Analogies
In this essay, I review the argument of Patricia Owens stellar new book, Between War and Politics. Specifically, I engage with, although am skeptical of, her claim that that the current detentionExpand
Claudia Jones, International Thinker
This article analyses the early international thought of Trinidad-born Marxist journalist Claudia Jones. We focus on a neglected aspect of Jones's intellectual production in the United States: herExpand
An Arendtian geopolitics: Action, power and the deferral of work
This article conceptualises a mode of geopolitical ‘action’ based on the writings of Hannah Arendt. It does so to issue challenges to a hegemonic ‘artificial’ geopolitics characterised by the logicsExpand
Integration after totalitarianism: Arendt and Habermas on the postwar imperatives of memory
Collective memories of totalitarianism and the industrialized slaughter of the Holocaust have exerted a profound influence on postwar European politics and philosophy. Two of the most prominentExpand
Kenneth Waltz's approach to reading classic political theory and why it matters
How did Kenneth Waltz read canonical theoretical texts? Waltz understood himself first as a political theorist and remained committed to interpreting political thought throughout his career. ThisExpand
The real promise of federalism: A case study of Arendt’s international thought
For Hannah Arendt, the federal system is an effective mode of organizing different sources of power while avoiding sovereign politics. This article aims to contribute two specific claims to the bur...
War and Philosophy: A Study of Mutual Interaction
Valka byla po staleti opakovaně podrobovana eticke a filozoficke reflexi a za tu dobu se nahromadilo množstvi hmatatelných dopadů, ktere to mělo na jeji charakter (mj. zakaz některých zbrani aExpand
Resisting Biopolitics
Hannah Arendt’s support for the “right to have rights” arises as a critical response to the modern biopolitical human condition. While Arendt’s reflections on human rights have received broadExpand