1. Gandhi, Foucault, and the Politics of Self-Care
  2. Farah Godrej
  3. pp. 894-922
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  1. Timely Politics: A Political Theory of Messianic, Evangelical, and Queer Temporalities
  2. Joanna Tice Jen, John McMahon
  3. pp. 923-949
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  1. On Logic and the Theory of Ensembles: Formalism and Alain Badiou’s Experience of Politics
  2. Alexander W. Diones
  3. pp. 950-972
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  1. To Think as Sorcerer: An Exercise in Political Imagination
  2. Krzysztof Skonieczny
  3. pp. 973-988
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  1. Liberalism, Media, and the State of Abandon
  2. Meghan Sutherland
  3. pp. 989-1034
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  1. A Response to “On Colonial Unknowing”
  2. Alex Trimble Young
  3. pp. 1035-1041
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  1. Colonial Unknowing and Relations of Study
  2. Manu Vimalassery, Juliana Hu Pegues, Alyosha Goldstein
  3. pp. 1042-1054
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  1. Who, Me?: Subjectivity and the Politics of Resistance in Martel’s The Misinterpellated Subject
  2. Smita A. Rahman
  3. pp. 1055-1062
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  1. Indigenous Struggles Against Participatory Power: Dhillon’s Prairie Rising
  2. Robert Nichols
  3. pp. 1063-1069
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  1. Beyond the Political Theory / Political Economy Divide?: Ascher’s Portfolio Society
  2. Martijn Konings
  3. pp. 1070-1075
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  1. On Shame and Shamelessness: Locke’s Democracy and the Death of Shame
  2. Nina Hagel
  3. pp. 1076-1082
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  1. Biographies
  2. pp. 1083-1086
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  1. Introduction
  2. Kennan Ferguson, James Martel
  3. pp. 891-893
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