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  Volume 43, Number 2, 2014 (Issue 134)

Table of Contents

Fabled Thought: On Jacques Derrida's The Beast & the Sovereign

Matthew Chrulew & Chris Danta

Introduction: Fabled Thought: On Jacques Derrida’s The Beast & the Sovereign

pp. 3-9
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Teleiopoetic World

pp. 10-19
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Derrida’s Preoccupation with the Archive in The Beast and the Sovereign

pp. 20-36
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“Might sovereignty be devouring?”: Derrida and the Fable

pp. 37-49
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Human Exceptionalism on the Line

pp. 50-67
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Sovereignty’s Ontological Indecision: Derrida and Heidegger on the Other Line (Between the Human and the Animals)

pp. 68-82
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The Monolingualism of the Human

pp. 83-99
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Derrida and Durkheim on Suffering

pp. 100-114
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Zoopolitics

pp. 115-123
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“An art of both caring and locking up”: Biopolitical Thresholds in the Zoological Garden

pp. 124-147
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The Will for Self-Preservation: Locke and Derrida on Dominion, Property and Animals

pp. 148-161
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Sovereignty Conditioned and Unconditioned

pp. 162-173
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Drone Penalty

pp. 174-192
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Reviews

“Of Politics, Aesthetics, and Guilty Subjects”

pp. 193-206
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Performance Degree Zero: Roland Barthes and the Theatre by Timothy Scheie (review)

pp. 207-211
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Contributors

pp. 212-214
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Research Areas

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