On animals: reviewing Agamben, Atterton & Calarco

  title={On animals: reviewing Agamben, Atterton \& Calarco},
  author={Matthew Chrulew},
  journal={The Bible and Critical Theory},
Matthew Chrulew reviews two publications: The Open: Man and Animal , by Giorgio Agamben (Kevin Attell, translator; W. Hamacher, editor. California: Stanford University Press; 2004. MERIDIAN: Crossing Aesthetics series), and Animal Philosophy: Essential Readings in Continental Thought , edited by Matthew Calarco and Peter Atterton (London and New York: Continuum; 2004). 
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