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The biopolitical condition : re-thinking the ethics of political violence in life-politics

@inproceedings{Schwarz2013TheBC,
  title={The biopolitical condition : re-thinking the ethics of political violence in life-politics},
  author={E. Schwarz},
  year={2013}
}
This project interrogates how the biopolitical rationale conditions our contemporary subjectivities, politics and ethics, in order to critique the ethical justifications of technology driven practices of political violence put forth in present counter-terrorism struggles. Employing the work of Hannah Arendt, and her insights into life-politics and technology to construct a biopolitical lens that adds to traditional Foucaultian analyses of biopolitics, my original contribution to knowledge… Expand

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