Towards a Regime of Post-political Biopower? Dispatches from Greece, 2010–2012

@article{Kioupkiolis2014TowardsAR,
  title={Towards a Regime of Post-political Biopower? Dispatches from Greece, 2010–2012},
  author={Alexandros Kioupkiolis},
  journal={Theory, Culture \& Society},
  year={2014},
  volume={31},
  pages={143 - 158}
}
This article makes the case that Greece has witnessed a transition from a ‘post-democratic’ condition in the ’90 s and the early 21st century to a regime of ‘post-political biopower’ in 2010–12 that can bid democracy farewell. To adequately theorize this modality of power in a way pertinent to contemporary Greece, the paper takes its bearings from Agamben’s take on biopower, the homo sacer and the endless state of exception. But the analysis fills in Agamben’s theoretical skeleton by drawing on… Expand
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