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Giorgio Agamben: A Critical Introduction by Leland de la Durantaye

Giorgio Agamben: A Critical Introduction

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Publisher: Stanford University Press

A Critical Introduction presents the complexity and continuity of Agamben's philosophy—and does so for two separate and distinct audiences. ^ See Edmund Husserl, Psychological and transcendental phenomenology and the confrontation with Heidegger (1927–1931) (Dordrecht: Kluwer, 1997). It takes little argumentation to suggest that in the literature favorable to capitalism one would be hard pressed to find the critical tools to help and to understand the continuing struggles of the indigenous peoples of North America. (from GIORGIO AGAMBEN: A Critical Introduction, Leland de la Durantaye, 2009, p. Capitalism's In this essay I will expound upon these opening remarks, utilizing Giorgio Agamben's state of exception to understand the detrimental effects of both capitalist and Marxist ideologies for indigenous struggles in North America. Giorgio Agamben: A Critical Introduction. Stanford: Stanford University Press. Leland de la Durantaye is the author of Style Is Matter: The Moral Art of Vladimir Nabokov (Cornell University Press, 2007) and Giorgio Agamben: A Critical Introduction (Stanford University Press, 2009). Stanford University Press, 2009. Departing from Agamben's Introducing the figure of the 'workless slave' into the scenario of the Master—Slave dialectic, the article demonstrates how the dialectic of history may be ended in a non-dialectical fashion through inoperative praxis that subtracts itself from the struggle for recognition. The article presents a conception of the end of history, developed on the basis of Giorgio Agamben's critical engagement with Alexandre Kojève's reading of Hegel. DIVGiorgio Agamben is a philosopher well known for his brilliance and erudition, as well as for the difficulty and diversity of his seventeen books.