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«The writing of this book began in one era and ended in another». These are the opening words of Ottavio Marzocca’s latest work: Biopolitics for Beginners: Knowledge of Life and Government of People (Milan: Mimesis International, 2020). This book, written for an international audience, aims to provide a comprehensive overview of the reflection on biopolitics: […]
Abstract This article reveals the central role played by the Australian constitution in producing the Australian debtscape through the establishment and maintenance of a colonial nomopoly. Australia’s colonial law is foundationally premised upon violent acts of invasion of Indigenous land and water, and because this continues without consent, the colonial state uses its monopoly of […]
“From the confessions of the flesh to the confessional networks: the relationship between the practices of the self in the digital era and the rise of the extreme-right in the contemporary political scene” Our work aims to develop, based on Michel Foucault’s thought, a contemporary approach of the experience of the self in the sphere […]
Una crisis civilizatoria Espacio Publico – Francisco Vázquez García Mucho se está hablando en estos meses acerca de la crisis sanitaria encarnada por la pandemia de la COVID19 y de la subsiguiente crisis económica. Poco se ha dicho sin embargo sobre la crisis civilizatoria que este proceso pandémico revela y contribuye a agravar. El Coronavirus […]
Biopolitical Economies of the COVID-19 Pandemic – Jonathan Short One place to start thinking about the COVID-19 pandemic from a biopolitical perspective is with the work of Italian philosopher Roberto Esposito…