What if we’ve been wrong when reading Agamben? The work of the Italian Continental philosopher Giorgio Agamben is usually read in terms of critical theory or traditional political philosophy. Now Mathew Abbott argues that Agamben’s thought has been widely misunderstood. Instead, he shows that it engages with political ontology: studying the political stakes of the question being.
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