- Title Pages
- Introduction: Agamben and Radical Politics
- 1 Capitalism as Religion
- 2 Glory, Spectacle and Inoperativity: Agamben’s Praxis of Theoria
- 3 On Property and the Philosophy of Poverty: Agamben and Anarchism
- 4 ‘Man Produces Universally’: Praxis and Production in Agamben and Marx
- 5 Liturgical Labour: Agamben on the Post-Fordist Spectacle
- 6 An Alogical Space of Genetic Reintrication: Notes on an Element of Giorgio Agamben’s Method
- 7 <i>Zoē aiōniōs</i>: Giorgio Agamben and the Critique of Katechontic Time
- 8 Agamben, Badiou and Affirmative Biopolitics
- 9 Form-of-Life and Antagonism: On <i>Homo Sacer</i> and <i>Operaismo</i>
- 10 What Is a Form-of-Life?: Giorgio Agamben and the Practice of Poverty
- 11 Law and Life beyond Incorporation: Agamben, Highest Poverty and the Papal Legal Revolution
- Agamben and Radical Politics
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