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In this urgent response to violence, racism and increasingly aggressive methods of coercion, Judith Butler explores the media's portrayal of armed conflict, a process integral to how the West prosecutes its wars. In doing so, she calls for a reconceptualization of the Left, one united in opposition and resistance to the illegitimate and arbitrary effects of interventionist military action. Book jacket.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to the Paperback||p. ix|
|Introduction: Precarious Life, Grievable Life||p. 1|
|Survivability, Vulnerability, Affect||p. 33|
|Torture and the Ethics of Photography: Thinking with Sontag||p. 63|
|Sexual Politics, Torture, and Secular Time||p. 101|
|Non-Thinking in the Name of the Normative||p. 137|
|The Claim of Non-Violence||p. 165|
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