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The essay on Gesture is also really good, where he fleshes out his idea of politics as means without ends. Feb 28, Kristin rated it liked it.

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Return to Book Page. Nina rated it liked it Apr 03, But, if you’re willing to parse through the sometimes difficult language, there’s a lot to learn here. I mainly read this volume for the essay on Guy Debord – the great under-appreciated theorist of late 20th century Europe. Jeremy Campbell rated it really liked it Jun 05, I’d recommend it but readers with no prior reading of continental philosophy may be better off starting elsewhere.

Dec 15, Victor added it. Some really interesting stuff here, especially it’s interesting to see philosophy engage with botany and ecology and less directly ideas about the anthropecene.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. It seems that Agamben is one of the few philosophers who agambwn seriously engaged Debord’s corpus.


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This essay did require a couple of readings, as his logic seems a bit corybantic agambenn this essay. Aenza rated it really liked it Apr 20, Still, I really enjoyed this collection and recommend it heartily to those who want a refresher in his early works or who are only familiar with his later stuff.

Open Preview See a Problem? Man and Animal by Giorgio Agamben. Interesting to learn that Walter Benjamin knew Jakob von Uexkul, one of the founders of ecology.

May 19, Cathy Wang rated it really liked it Shelves: Yeah, that’s all I got. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

It is the first book that I truly loved and had time to finish in grad school.

Bringing politics face-to-face with its ow An essential reevaluation of the proper role of politics in contemporary life. A must-read only if you’re rea This is a good senxa of essays, but not necessarily essential Agamben. Among the topics Agamben takes up are the “properly” political paradigms of experience, as well as those generally not viewed as political. Oct 13, Les rated it really liked it.

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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Sep 24, Corbin rated it it was amazing Shelves: Jun 10, I-kai rated it liked it. For those of you who don’t know it yet, I’m studying to get a Major in Letters and I had to read this in a course I’m currently taking.


Sorry i’m not Haideggerean enough for you. It’s interesting enough but it’s also very over-flowery, the author clearly wanted to write a book for intellectuals only and as a result, the pace is very slow and the explanations are vague.

Apr 19, cognisant added it. This is a good book, make sure you’ve read your Benjamin ffine Heidegger and you’ll sgamben fine.

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To ask other agmben questions about The Openplease sign up. Man and Animal” Really interesting meditation on Heidegger and the animal. Dec 01, Katie rated it it was ok Shelves: That being said, there are times when he is not necessarily the most reader-friendly and yes, I realize this is critical theory, it’s going to be complex and heady by nature, but there are times The Heidegger parts mostly when he could he should slow down his argument a bit and make sure everyone’s on the same page and certain sections required multiple readings before I could make any sense of them.