Review of The use of bodies by Giorgio Agamben, translated by Adam Kotsko [Book Review]

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This article reviews Giorgio Agamben's ninth installment in his Homo Sacer series, The Use of Bodies by Giorgio Agamben, translated by Adam Kotsko. The review considers Agamben's political philosophy framing of the body with reference to existentialist philosophy.

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