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State of Exception by Giorgio Agamben
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Oct 09, 08

bookshelves: academia, politics, race-and-racism, non-fiction, thesis
Read in October, 2008

Agamben's ideas are brilliant. I hated wading through the book to actually get to them. I'm sure the minutiae of fascist legal systems is useful to others. Or most people who reading him are incredibly pretentious (I'm leaning in this direction).

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