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Hölderlin in Agamben. by Gerardo Muñoz

There is no question that Hölderlin occupies a central place in Giorgio Agamben’s work, although he always appears within a specific strategic deployment. Of course, it might be the case that Hölderlin is always present in instances where he is not directly cited or thematized, but in the following note I want to record four […]

A few remarks about Giorgio Agamben’s theory of civil war. by Gerardo Muñoz

In the conference “The Undercommons & Destituent Power”, I was particularly interested in a suggestion made by Idris Robinson regarding the status of the theory of civil war in Giorgio Agamben’s work. I think Robinson’s position on this problem pushes thought forward, and it allows me say a little more about a possible transfiguration of […]

Como una pieza suelta: lecciones del constitucionalismo administrativo de Adrian Vermeule. por Gerardo Muñoz

El artículo de Adrian Vermeule “Common Good Constitutionalism”, publicado en The Atlantic el pasado marzo, señala un giro copernicano en el debate acerca del derecho público norteamericano. En los últimos meses, teólogos, historiadores y abogados constitucionales prominentes han tenido algo que decir sobre el llamado de Vermeule por un constitucionalismo sustantivo del bien común. No es necesario […]