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Table Of Contents
Introduction. Monist Ontology: minimalism, nothingness and the void. Being in the World: the limits of the political subject. Being and Existence in the Fields of Politics and Law. The Book. Chapter I: Law and Life: A Creation of a Political and Legal Subject. The Psychoanalytical Origins of Modern Legal Authority. The Legal Subject and the Institution of Law. A Different Legal Ordering: Sinthome and desire. Conclusion. Chapter II: Ontology of Life and the Limit of Thought. The Thought of the Outside: Life as a Force. The Immanence of Life. From Immanent Life to Appearance in the World. Conclusion. Chapter III: Appearance in the World I: Guantanamo and logics of bodily-becoming. Becoming as minor/molecular appearing in the world. Becoming- and the politics of appearance in Guantanamo. What a Body Can Do? Body Politics: Life, Death and the Limit of the Body. Chapter IV: Appearance in the World II: Guantanamo and Expressions of the Self. Desiring the World. Torture and the Perverse Workings of Desire. Writing the World. From Language to Lalangue, from Litter to Literature and from Poems to Freedom. Naming the World Otherwise. Conclusion. Chapter V: Images of Law in Guantanamo: From a Legal Case to a New Idea of Law. Understanding Guantanamo: an exposition of Guantanamo's legal discourse. Taking Guantanamo Piece by Piece. Law as Life or Life as Law. Conclusion. Chapter VI: An Image of the New Ontology for World Politics and the Political Subject. Law and Being Without the Name-of-the-Father. Legal Recognition or What is the New Legal Existence. Conclusion. Conclusion: Subject, Ontology and World Politics. Love as an Image of an Ethical Community. 'Not-All' as a New Political Ontology. Appearance, Ontology and the World of...
Andreja Zevnik is a Lecturer in International Politics at the University of Manchester, UK. Her research interests include theories of subjectivity, political violence and resistance, aesthetic politics, law and psychoanalysis. She is a co-editor of Jacques Lacan between psychoanalysis and politics (Routledge, 2015) and a convener of Critical Global Politics research cluster at Manchester.