Adam Kotsko, Agamben’s Philosophical Trajectory – Edinburgh University Press, September 2020
- Focuses on Agamben’s intellectual development
- Offers the first study of the complete Homo Sacer series
- Takes into account Agamben’s recently-published memoir
- Addresses the full range of Agamben’s thought on linguistics, poetics, politics and theology
Giorgio Agamben has emerged as one of the most perceptive and even prophetic political thinkers of his era. Now that he has completed his multi-volume Homo Sacer series – his career-defining work – Adam Kotsko, one of his leading translators, shows how Agamben’s political concerns emerged and evolved as he responded to contemporary events and new intellectual influences while striving to remain true to his deepest intuitions. Kotsko reveals the trajectory of Agamben’s work and shows us what it means to practice philosophy as a living, responsive discipline.
Adam Kotsko’s brilliant study provides a chronological and systematic reading of Giorgio Agamben’s writings that allows us…
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