In this groundbreaking work, Erin Manning reconsiders how politics attempt to paralyze the body through the idea of the national body politic. Manning develops a new way to conceive the role of the senses, and of touch in particular. Exploring concepts of violence, gender, sexuality, security, democracy, and identity, she traces the ways in which touch informs the body._x000B_
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