Humanimal: Race, Law, Language

University of Minnesota Press (2012)
First words on silence -- The secret of literary silence -- Law, "life/living," language -- Between Derrida and Agamben -- The wild child : politics and ethics of the name -- The wild child and scientific names -- HumAnimal acts : potentiality or movement as rest.
Keywords Philosophical anthropology  Silence (Philosophy  Feral children
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Call number BD450.S399 2011
ISBN(s) 9780816677887
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