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Agamben & the Future of Law, Politics & Philosophy

Date: 9 March 2011 Time: 09.30 am -04.15 pm

Venue: Newcastle Law School

Newcastle Law School are running a one-day symposium focusing on the thought of the Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben. Agamben's work has received a huge amount of exposure over the past decade, mostly centring on his Homo Sacer project. This symposium brings together an international panel that will focus on Agamben's wider philosophical writings to think of the implications of Agamben's thought for the disciplines of law, philosophy and politics.

Event website: http://www.criticallegalthinking.com/?p=1994

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Who can attend: Anyone

 

Further information

Associated staff: Paolo Palladino

Organising departments and research centres: History

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