Dr Eric Herring based at Bristol University in the UK has written a few
articles on WMD and poststructuralism. Also try looking for anything by
Jutta Weldes, Roxanne Lynn Doty, Jennifer Milliken and David Campbell.
> I need to do some work regarding the relationship of
>thought to weapons of mass destruction. Is there anything out there that
>would provide perspectives on the debates over disarmament, missile
>land mines, arms proliferation, etc.?
> Please please please respond (privately or otherwise).
> Thanks ;)
>"Thought is no longer theoretical. As soon as it functions it
>offends or reconciles, attracts or repels, breaks, dissociates,
>unites, or re-unites; it cannot help but liberate and enslave.
>Even before prescribing, suggesting a future, saying what must
>be done, even before exhorting or merely sounding an alarm,
>thought, at the level of its existence, in its very dawning, is
>in itself an action--a perilous act."
> -Michel Foucault
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