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  • ...ref="#7">7</a> Fredric Jameson, <i>A Singular Modernity</i>, London: Verso Books 2002, p. 12.<br><br> ...and Chantal Mouffe, <i>Hegemony and Socialist Strategy</i>, London: Verso Books 1985.<br><br>
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  • ...s priestly ministry.<ref>Gary Willis, "Scandal", <i>The New York Review of Books</i>, May 23 2002, p. 6.</ref></blockquote> ...lavoj [[Zizek]], <i>The Metastases of [[Enjoyment]]</i>, [[London]]: Verso Books 1995.</ref> Therein resides the lesson of Coppola's <i>Apocalypse Now</i>:
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  • ...he definitive exercises in Deleuzian politics) is that we are dealing with books which refer to and function as the moment of theoretical reflection of-one ...on this inconsistency, their [[position]] towards it is exactly opposite. Agamben's focusing on the vicious circle of the link between [[legal]] power (the r
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  • ...i>Under the Loving Care of the Fatherly Leader</i>, New York: Thomas Dunne Books 2004, p. 85.</ref></blockquote> ...ef>4. Robert Axelrod, <i>The Evolution of Cooperation</i>, New York: Basic Books 1984.</ref> Individualism versus communitarianism, utilitarianism versus [[
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  • ...aps the [[category]] of [[homo sacer]], brought back into use by Giorgio [[Agamben]] in Homo Sacer: Sovereign [[Power]] and [[Bare life|Bare Life]] (1998), is ...We in a War|Are We in a War? Do We Have an Enemy?]] ''[[London]] Review of Books''. Vulme 24. [[Number]] 10. May 23, 2005. <http://www.lrb.co.uk/v24/n10/ziz
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  • ...s of St. Paul have become for you, as well as for Alain Badiou and Giorgio Agamben, a touchstone for radical thought.&nbsp; You seem to see in Paul's works&nb ...at.&nbsp; OK, they took it, OK!&nbsp; Bricolage, it's how you write sacred books!&nbsp; What interests me more is that you have two perspectives, and you ca
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  • ...sms, whatever, all these theories articulated by [[Foucault]] and later by Agamben. On the other hand, we have what right wingers usually refer to as a libera ...gether without slaughtering one another. As I repeat again and again in my books, I don't buy the simplistic, Marxist reductive decoding, "[[human rights]],
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  • ...aps the [[category]] of [[homo sacer]], brought back into use by Giorgio [[Agamben]] in Homo Sacer: Sovereign [[Power]] and Bare [[Life]] (1998), is more usef * [[Are We in a War? Do We Have an Enemy?]]. ''[[London]] Review of Books''. Vulme 24. [[Number]] 10. May 23, 2005. <http://www.lrb.co.uk/v24/n10/ziz
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  • ...mptom]]! Jacques Lacan in Hollywood and Out. Additionally, among his later books that dealt more with [[moral]] and [[political]] issues are Tarrying With t ...most prolific thinkers alive, [[Slavoj Zizek]] has written over two-dozen books ranging from Lacan, Kant, Hegel, and [[Deleuze]], to [[Hitchcock]], [[David
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  • ...re, Kristin Ross, Slavoj Žižek</div><div class="book-info__lead">Giorgio Agamben, Alain Badiou, Daniel Bensaid, Wendy Brown, Jean-Luc Nancy, Jacques Rancier | "Giorgio Agamben and Alain Badiou and Daniel Bensaid and Wendy Brown and Jean-Luc Nancy and
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  • ...Slavoj Žižek, William McCuaig</div><div class="book-info__lead">Giorgio Agamben, Alain Badiou, Daniel Bensaid, Wendy Brown, Jean-Luc Nancy, Jacques Ranciè | "Giorgio Agamben and Alain Badiou and Daniel Bensaid and Wendy Brown and Jean-Luc Nancy and
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  • | "Giorgio Agamben and Alain Badiou and Daniel Bensaïd and Wendy Brown and Jean-Luc Nancy and
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  • ...n.io]</div><div class="col_1">===Other===[http://libgen.io/libgen/content/ Books catalog (XLS)] [http://libgen.io/libgen/code/ Source (PHP)] [http://libgen. .../ ===Standarts===][http://xn--80aafcc3anfv.xn--p1ai/ Fulltext search in LG books]</div></div>
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  • | Giorgio [[Agamben]], [[Alain]] [[Badiou]], Daniel Bensaid, [[Wendy Brown]], [[Jean-Luc Nancy] | Penguin Books Ltd;Allen Lane
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  • | Giorgio [[Agamben]], [[Alain]] [[Badiou]], Daniel Bensaid, [[Wendy Brown]], [[Jean-Luc Nancy] | Penguin [[Books]] Ltd;Allen Lane
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  • ...ntral problematics of modern political thought.'''Contributors.''' Giorgio Agamben, Hannah Arendt, Alain Badiou, Timothy Campbell, Gilles Deleuze, Roberto Esp [[Category:Books]]
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  • =‘Democracy in What State?’ by Giorgio Agamben, Alain Badiou, Daniel Bensaid, Wendy Brown, Jean-Luc Nancy, Jacques Rancier ...the practice to accommodate new political and cultural realities. Giorgio Agamben traces the tense history of constitutions and their coexistence with variou
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  • * 2011, [http://theory.local/text/books/frank-ruda/beyond-potentialities/ Beyond Potentialities?: Politics Between ...en/giorgio-agamben-legal-political-and-philosophical-perspectives/ Giorgio Agamben: Legal, Political and Philosophical Perspectives]
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  • =‘Giorgio Agamben: Legal, Political and Philosophical Perspectives’ by Tom Frost= [[Image:tom-frost-giorgio-agamben-legal-political-and-philosophical-perspectives-theoryleaks-680x1024.jpg]]
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  • =‘Homo Sacer: Sovereign Power and Bare Life’ by Giorgio Agamben= [[Image:giorgio-agamben-homo-sacer-sovereign-power-and-bare-life-theoryleaks.jpg]]<BR>
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