1. Introductory Note on the Concept of Democracy
  2. Giorgio Agamben, Nicholas Heron
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  1. Feminine 'I can': On Possibility and Praxis in Agamben's Work
  2. Ewa Plonowska Ziarek
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  1. The Abandonment of Sex: Giorgio Agamben, Psychoanalysis and Melancholia
  2. Justin Clemens
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  1. 'A New Use of the Self': Giorgio Agamben on the Coming Community
  2. Jessica Whyte
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  1. The Sacred and the Unspeakable: Giorgio Agamben's Ontological Politics
  2. Daniel McLoughlin
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  1. Potentiality or Capacity?— Agamben's Missing Subjects
  2. Nina Power
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  1. Politics without Action, Economy without Labor
  2. Brett Neilson
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  1. Memories of My Green Machine: Posthumanism at War
  2. Roy Scranton
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  1. Unleashing the Acheron: Sacrificial Partisanship, Sovereignty, and History
  2. Banu Bargu
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  1. "These Are Bad People" - Enemy Combatants and the Homopolitics of the "War on Terror"
  2. Chad Shomura
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  1. Torture Debates in the post-9/11 United States: Law, Violence, and Governmentality
  2. Jinee Lokaneeta
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  1. Jumpstarting the Decolonial Engine: Symbolic Violence from Fanon to Chávez
  2. George Ciccariello-Maher
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  1. War against Biopower - Timely Reflections on an Historicist Foucault
  2. Amedeo Policante
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  1. Hobbes's "Thinking-bodies"
  2. James R. Martel
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  1. Hobbes's Politically Subversive Messianism
  2. Samantha Frost
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  1. On the Dream Bridges between Loneliness and Solidarity
  2. P. J. Brendese
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  1. Biographies
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  1. Introduction
  2. Jodi Dean, Davide Panagia
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  1. Editors' Introduction: Form-of-Life: Giorgio Agamben, Ontology and Politics
  2. Richard Bailey, Daniel McLoughlin, Jessica Whyte
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