Mezzi senza fine: note sulla politica / Giorgio Agamben. Author: Agamben, Giorgio, [Browse]; Format: Book; Language: Italian; Published/Created. Buy Mezzi senza fine. Note sulla politica 1. ed by Giorgio Agamben (ISBN: ) from Amazon’s Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery. Mezzi senza fine. Note sulla politica by Giorgio Agamben at – ISBN X – ISBN – Bollati Boringhieri –
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Last 4 chapters not nearly as good as the first. No trivia or quizzes yet. This senzza of the religious with science and philosophy in Agamben’s writing is fascinating to me. Some authors require a purpose to read them.
It’s actually probably mostly my lack of inexperience with the Hyde man. May 19, Cathy Wang rated it really liked it Shelves: Want to Read saving…. Man and Animal by Giorgio Agamben. What I got out of one reading I liked.
Books by Giorgio Agamben. I’d recommend it Some really atamben stuff here, especially it’s interesting to see philosophy engage with botany and ecology and less directly ideas about the anthropecene. Nezzi and try again. An essential reevaluation of the proper role of politics in contemporary life.
Sep 24, Corbin rated it it was amazing Shelves: In this work, he explores what it is that distinguishes the concept of “humanity” from that of “animal”.
I guess I just don’t ever see these sort of postmodern ideas ever manifesting themselves corporeally.
Quotes from Means Without End Paperback1st edition Theory Out of Bounds pages. Outro no sentido lato de uma alteridade que inclui a geoesfera, a natureza, o animal. Jeremy Campbell rated it really liked it Jun 05, The “Tick” chapter senzs really interesting.
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Not really that necessary in light of his other writings. Dkbraun rated it liked it Nov 06, I’d recommend it but readers with no prior reading of continental philosophy may be better off starting elsewhere. Jan 24, Jacob rated it liked it.
Feb 28, Kristin rated it liked it. Yeah, that’s all I got. One of those texts where the author is ostensibly trying to share some very interesting insights into the human condition, yet one can’t help but wonder why he only wants people who have studied philosophy or critical theory to understand it.
A critical rethinking of the categories of politics within a new sociopolitical and historical context, this book builds on the previous work of the distinguished political philosopher Giorgio Agamben to address the status and nature of politics itself. Attentive to the urgent demands of the political moment, as well as to the bankruptcy of political discourse, Agamben’s work brings politics back to life, and life back topolitics.
A collection of essays and thoughts from the early ’90s, this book is a nice refresher in Agamben’s main concepts and concerns. A combination of early works by Agamben. Estoy tratando de cambiar eso. Trivia About Means Without End Recommended for people who really like Heidegger and sounding smart.
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If you think about the rest of the book in terms of these more easily understood passages, it becomes a lot clearer. Interesting to learn that Walter Benjamin knew Jakob von Uexkul, one of the founders of ecology. For mszzi 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. Among the topics Agamben takes up are the “properly” political paradigms of experience, as well as those generally not viewed as political.