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  1. Resisting Resilience.Mark Neocleous - 2013 - Radical Philosophy 178 (6).
     
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  2. The Monstrous and the Dead: Burke, Marx, Fascism.Mark Neocleous - 2005 - University of Wales Press.
    What is the political function of monstrosity? What is the nature of our political relationship with the dead? Why are the undead so threatening? In _The Monstrous and the Dead_, Mark Neocleous explores such questions as they run through three major political traditions: conservatism, Marxism and fascism. One of the things uniting these otherwise opposing traditions is that they share a common interest in the dead. This is therefore a book about the politics of remembrance, showing that how and why (...)
     
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    Policing the System of Needs: Hegel, Political Economy, and the Police of the Market.Mark Neocleous - 1998 - History of European Ideas 24 (1):43-58.
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    The Monstrous Multitude: Edmund Burke's Political Teratology.Mark Neocleous - 2004 - Contemporary Political Theory 3 (1):70-88.
    This article explores the political meanings of a relatively unexplored dimension of Edmund Burke's thought: the monster. After first showing the extent to which the figure of the monster appears throughout Burke's work, the article speculates on some of the political reasons for Burke's use of the metaphor of the monstrous. These reasons are rooted in the categories of the aesthetic developed in the Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful, and also in his (...)
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  5. Equality. [REVIEW]David Murray & Mark Neocleous - 2001 - Radical Philosophy 109.
     
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    A Marxist in Ernest.Mark Neocleous - 1993 - Philosophy Now 7:38-39.
  7. Against Security.Mark Neocleous - 2000 - Radical Philosophy 100:7-15.
  8. Friend or Enemy? Reading Schmitt Politically.Mark Neocleous - 1996 - Radical Philosophy 79:13-23.
     
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    Gothic Fascism.Mark Neocleous - 2005 - Journal for Cultural Research 9 (2):133-149.
  10. Geoffrey R. Skoll, Social Theory of Fear: Terror, Torture, and Death in a Post-Capitalist World.Mark Neocleous - 2011 - Radical Philosophy 167:60.
     
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  11. Judith Butler, Frames of War: When is Life Grievable?Mark Neocleous - 2009 - Radical Philosophy 158:53.
     
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    La tératologie politique : de la canaille et des monstres.Mark Neocleous - 2008 - Multitudes 33 (2):101.
    This article explores the political meanings of a relatively unexplored dimension of Edmund Burke’s thought : the monster. After first showing the extent to which the figure of the monster appears in Burke’s category of the aesthetic, the author speculates on some of the political reasons for Burke’s use of the metaphor of the monstrous. The article suggests that these political reasons lie in Burke’s fear of the mob, and that this fear tells us something important about the conservative ideology (...)
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  13. Monstrous and the Dead: Burke, Marx, Fascism.Mark Neocleous - 2005 - University of Wales Press.
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    Michael Oakeshott on Hobbes: A Study in the Renewal of Philosophical Ideas.Mark Neocleous - 2005 - Contemporary Political Theory 4 (3):342-344.
  15. Off the Map: On Violence and Cartography.Mark Neocleous - 2003 - European Journal of Social Theory 6 (4):409-425.
    This article explores the link between the territorial imperative of the modern state, the exercise of violence and the practice of cartography. After first tracing the ways in which the exercise of ‘non-state’ coercion has been either eliminated historically or isolated ideologically, the question of the map is brought to bear on the issue of violence and territoriality. The article thus illustrates the importance of cartographic violence: the way the state and its violent constitution of territory have been sanctified through (...)
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  16. Privacy, Secrecy, Idiocy.Mark Neocleous - 2002 - Social Research: An International Quarterly 69 (1):85-110.
     
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    Perpetual War, or 'War and War Again': Schmitt, Foucault, Fascism.Mark Neocleous - 1996 - Philosophy and Social Criticism 22 (2):47-66.
    This article seeks to explore the way that warfare, and categories gleaned from warfare and military practice, are used in the work of Carl Schmitt and Michel Foucault. Despite their profound political and theoretical differences both writers seek to understand politics and society through the idea of war. Because both writers resist the use of the state-civil society distinction their account of war renders it a perpetual phenomenon of the social and political order; this creates difficulties concerning fascism, though for (...)
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  18. Radical Conservatism, or, the Conservatism of Radicals-Giddens, Blair and the Politics of Reaction.Mark Neocleous - 1999 - Radical Philosophy 93:24-34.
     
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  19. Security, Liberty and the Myth of Balance: Towards a Critique of Security Politics.Mark Neocleous - 2007 - Contemporary Political Theory 6 (2):131.
    This article aims to challenge the idea of a 'balance' between security and liberty. Set against the background of ever greater demands for security, the article argues that the idea of balance is an essentially liberal myth, a myth that in turn masks the fact that liberalism's key category is not liberty, but security. This fact, it is suggested, undermines any possibility of liberalism challenging current demands for greater security, as witnessed by the thoroughly authoritarian 'concessions' to security by some (...)
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    Security, Liberty and the Myth of Balance: Towards a Critique of Security Politics.Mark Neocleous - 2007 - Contemporary Political Theory 6 (2):131-149.
    This article aims to challenge the idea of a 'balance' between security and liberty. Set against the background of ever greater demands for security, the article argues that the idea of balance is an essentially liberal myth, a myth that in turn masks the fact that liberalism's key category is not liberty, but security. This fact, it is suggested, undermines any possibility of liberalism challenging current demands for greater security, as witnessed by the thoroughly authoritarian 'concessions' to security by some (...)
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    The Fascist Moment: Security, Exclusion, Extermination.Mark Neocleous - 2009 - Studies in Social Justice 3 (1):23-37.
    Security is cultivated and mobilized by enacting exclusionary practices, and exclusion is cultivated and realized on security grounds. This article explores the political dangers that lie in this connection, dangers which open the door to a fascist mobilization in the name of security. To do so the article first asks: what happens to our understanding of fascism if we view it through the lens of security? But then a far more interesting question emerges: what happens to our understanding of security (...)
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    The Hegel|[Ndash]|Marx Connection.Mark Neocleous - 2003 - Contemporary Political Theory 2 (3):367.
  23. The Hegel–Marx Connection.Mark Neocleous - 2003 - Contemporary Political Theory 2 (3):367-369.
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  24. Tarik Kochi, The Other's War: Recognition and the Violence of Ethics.Mark Neocleous - 2009 - Radical Philosophy 158:53.
  25. The Smell of Power: A Contribution to the Critique of the Sniffer Dog.Mark Neocleous - 2011 - Radical Philosophy 167:9.
     
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  26. War as Peace, Peace as Pacification.Mark Neocleous - 2010 - Radical Philosophy 159:8.
  27. Whatever Happened to Martial Law? Detainees and the Logic of Emergency.Mark Neocleous - 2007 - Radical Philosophy 143:13-22.
     
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  28. Hunger in Niger and Zimbabwe; Marx Comes First Again, and Loses.Lara Pawson, David Murray & Mark Neocleous - 2005 - Radical Philosophy 134.
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  29. Conference Report: Society for European Philosophy: Lancaster University, 16-18 September 1998.Stella Sandford & Mark Neocleous - 1999 - Radical Philosophy 93.
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