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The Open: Man and Animal

  title={The Open: Man and Animal},
  author={Giorgio Agamben and Kevin Attell},
@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 00 8 Without Rank 00 9 Anthropological Machine 00 10 Umwelt 00 11 Tick 00 12 Poverty in World 00 13 The Open 00 14 Profound Boredom 00 15 World and Earth 00 16 Animalization 00 17 Anthropogenesis 00 18 Between 00 19 Desuvrement 000 20 Outside of Being 000 @toc4:Notes 000 Index 000 Library of Congress… 
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