Giorgio Agamben Power, Law And The Uses Of Criticism Is A Thorough Engagement With The Thought Of The Influential Italian Philosopher Giorgio Agamben It Explores Agamben S Work On Language, Ontology, Power, Law And Criticism From The 1970s To His Most Recent Publications.Introducing Agamben S Work To A Readership In Legal Theory, As Well As In The Humanities And Social Sciences Generally, Thanos Zartaloudis Argues That An Adequate Understanding Of Agamben S Homo Sacer Project Requires An Attention To His Earlier Philosophical Writings On Language, Ontology, Power And Time It Is Through This Attentive And Creative Analysis Of Agamben S Work That Zartaloudis Here Presents A Rethinking Of The Ideas Of Justice And Criticism.
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- 336 pages
- Giorgio Agamben: Power, Law and the Uses of Criticism
- Thanos Zartaloudis
- 14 September 2017 Thanos Zartaloudis