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  1. Nudities (Meridian: Crossing Aesthetics) by Giorgio Agamben, 2010-10-06
  2. The End of the Poem: Studies in Poetics (Meridian: Crossing Aesthetics) by Giorgio Agamben, 1999-06-01
  3. Giorgio Agamben: A Critical Introduction by Leland de la Durantaye, 2009-05-21
  4. Coming Community (Theory Out Of Bounds) by Giorgio Agamben, 1993-02-26
  5. State of Exception by Giorgio Agamben, 2005-01-15
  6. Homo Sacer: Sovereign Power and Bare Life (Meridian: Crossing Aesthetics) by Giorgio Agamben, 1998-04-01
  7. The Signature of All Things: On Method by Giorgio Agamben, 2009-12-31
  8. Means Without End: Notes on Politics (Theory Out Of Bounds) by Giorgio Agamben, 2000-10-13
  9. The Open: Man and Animal by Giorgio Agamben, 2003-10-23
  10. Infancy and History: On the Destruction of Experience (Radical Thinkers) by Giorgio Agamben, 2007-01-17
  11. The Time That Remains: A Commentary on the Letter to the Romans (Meridian: Crossing Aesthetics) by Giorgio Agamben, 2005-11-07
  12. Giorgio Agamben (Routledge Critical Thinkers) by Alex Murray, 2010-05-25
  13. Potentialities: Collected Essays in Philosophy by Giorgio Agamben, 2000-01-01
  14. Remnants of Auschwitz: The Witness and the Archive by Giorgio Agamben, 2002-01-01

1. Giorgio Agamben - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Giorgio Agamben (born 1942) is an Italian philosopher who teaches at the Università IUAV di Venezia. He also teaches at the Collège International de
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"Whatever singularity"
Influenced by Foucault Nietzsche Carl Schmitt Philosophy Portal Giorgio Agamben (born ) is an Italian philosopher who teaches at the Universit  IUAV di Venezia . He also teaches at the Coll¨ge International de Philosophie in Paris and previously taught at the University of Macerata in Italy. He also has held visiting appointments at several American universities and at Heinrich Heine University D¼sseldorf . Agamben's best known work includes his investigations of the concepts of state of exception and homo sacer Agamben received the Prix Europ©en de l'Essai Charles Veillon in 2006.

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Giorgio Agamben is best known in the AngloAmerican world for his The Coming Community. He writes on Adorno, Benjamin, Schmitt and aesthetics.
reference / (txt) recent additions twiki ... home Giorgio Agamben (Rome 1942-) Major works Homo sacer: sovereign power and naked life (1995) Key concepts Biopolitics , naked life, homo sacer, sovereignty , state of exception Related figures Aristotle, Arendt, Schmitt Foucault, Benjamin, Debord Negri Virno Quote The novelty of the coming politics is that it will no longer be a struggle for the seizure and control of the state, but the fight between state and non-state (humanity): an unbridgeable disjunction of the singularity qualunque from state organisation. (The coming community) Political Associations Holocaust studies, Refugees Giorgio Agamben is best known in the Anglo-American world for his The Coming Community . He writes on Adorno, Benjamin, Schmitt and aesthetics. Agamben’s work is important for our reflection on biopolitics , for he theorises post sovereign power and is concerned with those invested by its operations. Foucault ’s critique of the theory of sovereignty and his historical investigations into the emergence and practices of biopower throughout history, both in discourse and in society, are the point of departure for Agamben's reflections on bare life. His work is concerned with the notion of sovereignty and human rights within the modernist paradigm of biopolitical rule, the political / judicial and social realm. Agamben systematically attempts throughout his works to undermine the theory of sovereignty and unveil the political rationality operating behind its rhetoric in the present. One of the main innovative notions we find in his work is that of Homo Sacer and bare life, to which we will try and provide a definition: naked life means the life that can be killed but not sacrificed of the homo sacer (living dead).

3. Giorgio Agamben - Wikipedia
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Wechseln zu: Navigation Suche Giorgio Agamben 22. April in Rom ) ist ein italienischer Philosoph . Er lehrt als Professor f¼r Philosophie an der European Graduate School in Saas-Fee und seit 2003 als Professor f¼r „sthetik an der Facolt  di Design e Arti della IUAV in Venedig . Von 1986-92 war er Directeur de Programme am Coll¨ge International de Philosophie in Paris ; seit 1988 erf¼llte er assoziierte Professuren an den Universit¤ten von Macerata und seit 1993 in Verona , Italien sowie seit 1994 regelm¤Ÿig Gastprofessuren in den USA. Im Wintersemester 2005/2006 hatte er eine Gastprofessur an der Heinrich-Heine-Universit¤t D¼sseldorf inne; im Jahr 2007 hatte er die Albertus-Magnus-Professur an der Universit¤t zu K¶ln innehaben. Er gewann 2006 den Prix Europ©en de l’Essai „Charles Veillon“.
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Agamben gilt heute als einer der meist diskutierten Philosophen der Gegenwart. Dabei hat er erst seit Mitte der 1990er Jahre international groŸe Aufmerksamkeit erzielt. Polarisierend und medienwirksam ist sein direkter Zugriff auf aktuelle rechtlich-politische Fragen. In der Rezeption erscheint er mal als neue Leitfigur, mal als suspekter AuŸenseiter der traditionellen akademischen Welt. Die Kritiker Agambens sehen in seinem Werk Eklektizismus , Gedankendichtung, wenn nicht affirmatives Denken. Bei genauerem Hinsehen zeigt sich aber, dass Agamben, darin ganz

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6. Giorgio Agamben - Wikiquote
Giorgio Agamben (born 1942) is an Italian philosopher who teaches at the Università IUAV di Venezia. He became famous for his investigations on the concepts
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Jump to: navigation search Giorgio Agamben (born 1942) is an Italian philosopher who teaches at the Universit  IUAV di Venezia. He became famous for his investigations on the concepts of a "state of exception" and homo sacer Giorgio Agamben has been interested in politics, power and subsistence of humans in those. He is particularly critical of the United States' response to September 11, 2001, and its instrumentalization as a permanent condition that legitimizes a "state of exception" as the dominant paradigm for governing in contemporary politics.
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  • 10. Agamben [Internet Encyclopedia Of Philosophy]
    giorgio agamben is currently one of the leading figures in Italian philosophy and agamben, giorgio. The Idea of Prose, tr. Michael Sullivan and Sam
    Giorgio Agamben (1942-) Giorgio Agamben is currently one of the leading figures in Italian philosophy and radical political theory, and in recent years, his work has had a deep impact on contemporary scholarship in a number of disciplines in the Anglo-American intellectual world. Born in Rome in 1942, Agamben completed studies in Law and Philosophy with a doctoral thesis on the political thought of Simone Weil, and participated in Martin Heidegger’s seminars on Hegel and Heraclitus as a postdoctoral scholar. He has taught at various universities, including the Universities of Macerata and Verona and was Director of Programmes at the Collège Internationale de Paris . He has been a Visiting Professor at various universities in the United States of America, and was a Distinguished Professor at the New School, University in New York He caused a controversy when he refused to submit to the “biopolitical tattooing” requested by the United States Immigration Department for entry to the USA in the wake of the September 11, 2001 attacks. Agamben’s work does not follow a straightforward chronological path of development either conceptually or thematically. Instead, his work over the past 3 decades constitutes an elaborate and multifaceted recursive engagement with the problems introduced into Western philosophy by the highly original and often enigmatic works of Walter Benjamin, most notably in his book on German

    11. Giorgio Agamben - Professor Of Philosophy - Bibliography
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    Agamben, Giorgio. Infancy and History: On the Destruction of Experience (Radical Thinkers). Verso. January 19, 2007, Paperback, 256 pages, Language: English, ISBN: 1844675718. Buy it at or
    Agamben, Giorgio. El Tiempo Que Resta. Trotta. January 2007, Paperback, Language: Spanish, ISBN: 8481648345. Buy it at or
    Agamben, Giorgio, Edward Albee, Reinhold Baumstark, Carla Schulz-Hoffmann, Jochen Littkemann (Photographer). Cy Twombly: New Sculptures 1992-2005. Schirmer/Mosel. September 30, 2006, Hardcover, 96 pages, Language: English, ISBN: 3829602456. Buy it at or
    Agamben, Giorgio, Karen Pinkus and Michael Hardt. Language and Death: The Place of Negativity (Theory and History of Literature). Univ Of Minnesota Press. September 10, 2006, Paperback, 136 pages, Language: English, ISBN: 0816649235. Buy it at

    12. A Brief History Of The State Of Exception By Giorgio Agamben
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    We have already seen how the state of siege had its origin in France during the Revolution. After being established with the Constituent Assembly's decree of July 8, 1791, it acquired its proper physiognomy as or with the Directorial law of August 27, 1797, and, finally, with Napoleon's decree of December 24, 1811. The idea of a suspension of the constitution (of the "rule of the constitution") had instead been introduced, as we have also seen, by the Constitution of 22 Frimaire Year 8. Article 14 of the Charte of 1814 granted the sovereign the power to "make the regulations and ordinances necessary for the execution of the laws and the security of the State"; because of the vagueness of the formula, Chateaubriand observed "that it is possible that one fine morning the whole Charte will be forfeited for the benefit of Article 14." The state of siege was expressly mentioned in the Acte additionel governativo ] decree (which is now perfectly familiar to us) became a regular practice in the European democracies.

    13. The Political Life In Giorgio Agamben By Colin McQuillan, Kritikos V.2 July 2005
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    One of the reasons the work of Giorgio Agamben has been so tremendously appealing is its contribution to contemporary debates concerning the nature of sovereignty and its relation to the processes of political subjectification. However, there is another aspect of Agamben’s thought, concerning the ontology of potentiality, which, while closely related to the first, has been less emphasized in the reception of Agamben’s work. In the introduction to Homo Sacer , where these two aspects of his work come together most powerfully and define the problematic of all of his more recent work, Agamben tells us that he had not understood their relation when he began the book. Politics, subjectivity, and potentiality were bound together, so much so that the meanings they acquired in the social sciences–and, presumably, in contemporary theoretical and philosophical discourse–could no longer be taken for granted. Indeed, he says that they must be “revised without reserve.” The results of his revision have, however, been widely contested.

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    In an act of protest, worldrenown Italian philosopher giorgio agamben has cancelled plans to teach atNew York University and UCLA because of the United
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    15. Giorgio Agamben Bibliography
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    I. Texts by Giorgio Agamben
    • "Decadenza." Futuro [Rome] (May 27-June 27, 1964), 6:28-32.
    • "La 121a giornata di Sodoma e Gomorra." Tempo Presente [Rome] (1966), 11(3-4):58-70.
    • "L'albero del linguaggio." I Problemi di Ulisse (September 1968), 63:104-114.
    • "L'arte, architettonica per eccellenza." L'Architettura (March 1971), 16:755.
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    • L'uomo senza contenuto . Documenti letterari. Milan: Rizzoli, 1970.
      II. Frenhofer e il suo doppio:19-27
      III. L'uomo di gusto e la dialettica della lacerazione:29-48
      IV. La camera delle meraviglie:49-64
      VI. Un nulla che annienta se stesso:83-93
      VIII. Poiesis e praxis:109-144
      IX. La struttura originale dell'opera d'arte:145-159
      X. L'angelo malinconico:161-178
    • "Il dandy e il feticcio." I Problemi di Ulisse (February 1972), 71:9-23.
    • Decadenza dell'analfabetismo , pp. 7-29. Milan: Rusconi, 1972.
    • "I fantasmi di Eros, interpretazione di un emblema psicologico." Paragone (April 1974), 25(290):19-41.
    • Introduction and translation of Saint John of the Cross

    16. German Law Journal - Interview With Giorgio Agamben – Life, A Work Of Art Witho
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    17. Agambeniana
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    Principally it presents original texts in Italian for general lists; and you will find nation flags aside. If you want to have information of the French version of such text, for example, you only have to click on the mark. But sometimes Italian texts are not original versions, or simply they do not exist. In this case, the bibliography presents the texts published first. refers to occasional information about document. To complete this project, please contact me to tell me more information about Agamben. All sorts of remarks are welcome. And I invite you to subscribe to our mailing list Katie the webmaster

    18. Vacarme / Une Biopolitique Mineure
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    19. Means Without End Notes On Politics
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    Means without End Notes on Politics Giorgio Agamben
    Translated by Vincenzo Binetti and Cesare Casarino

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    An essential reevaluation of the proper role of politics in contemporary life.
    A critical rethinking of the categories of politics within a new sociopolitical and historical context, this book builds on the previous work of the distinguished political philosopher Giorgio Agamben to address the status and nature of politics itself. Bringing politics face-to-face with its own failures of consciousness and consequence, Agamben frames his analysis in terms of clear contemporary relevance. He proposes, in his characteristically allusive and intriguing way, a politics of gesture-a politics of means without end. Giorgio Agamben Language and Death Stanzas , and The Coming Community Vincenzo Binetti is assistant professor of Romance languages and literature at the University of Michigan. Cesare Casarino teaches in the Department of Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature at the University of Minnesota.

    Translate this page Pagina biografica dedicata al filosofo italiano, a cura di Simone Tunesi.
    GIORGIO AGAMBEN A cura di Simone Tunesi Giorgio Agamben (1942) si laurea nel 1965 presso l'Università di Roma con una tesi sul pensiero politico di Simone Weil. Negli anni sessanta, a Roma frequenta intensamente Elsa Morante, Pier Paolo Pasolini (fa la parte di Filippo ne Il Vangelo secondo Matteo ), Ingeborg Bachmann. Nel 1966 e nel 1968, partecipa ai seminari di Martin Heidegger a Le Thor (su Eraclito e Hegel). Nel 1974 risiede a Parigi, insegnando come lettore di Italiano presso l'Università di Haute-Bretagne. Studia linguistica e di cultura medievale. Frequenta tra gli altri Pierre Klossowski e Italo Calvino. Nel 1974-75, grazie a di Frances Yates, inizia un lavoro di ricerca presso la biblioteca del Wartburg Institute a Londra. Prepara il libro Stanze, La parola e il fantasma nella cultura occidentale (Einaudi 1977). Tornato in Italia, dal 1978 dirige per Einaudi l'edizione italiana delle Opere complete di Walter Benjamin, di cui ritrova importanti manoscritti. Dal 1986 al 1993, è Directeur de programme presso il Collège International de Philosophie (Parigi).

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