Re: [Foucault-L] agamben foucault playing with law

nice to here from you
no in the discussion of Benjamin he mentions Foucault

p.63 "... or like the one that Foucault may have had in mnd when he spoke
of a "new law" that has been freed from all discipline and ll relation to

(re the paranthesis: we are all lawyers now:

is this the Mills essay: ?
*Catherine Mills* Agambenʼs Messianic Politics: Biopolitics

On 05/03/2008, Angela <s0metim3s@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Martin, aren't you thinking of Agamben referencing Walter Benjamin, not
> Foucault? In any case, one of Catherine Mills' most recent essays turns
> around this theme.
> (Though, I have to ask, if law is reduced to a toy, will there still be
> lawyers?)
> best, Angela
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