Terror, Terrorism, States, and Societies: A Historical and Philosophical Perspective
Women Unlimited (2010)
|Abstract||section 1. Reason, language, and the self -- section 2. Law, emergency, and exception -- section 3. Terrorism as a paradigm of (in)security -- section 4. Terrorism and the crisis of the political.|
|Keywords||Terror History Terrorism History Terror Philosophy Terrorism Philosophy Terror Political aspects Terror Social aspects|
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