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  1. I have read Edkins' essay ("Whatever Politics"), which is very useful. I have not, however, read Rasch's essay; I will have to take a look at that. By the way, for those interested in Agamben, that compilation of essays (Giorgio Agamben: Sovereignty & Life) is great, as are the following: The Work of Giorgio Agamben: Law, Literature, Life, edited by Alex Murray, Nicholas Heron, and Justin Clemens Politics, Metaphysics, and Death: Essays on Giorgio Agamben’s Homo Sacer, edited by Andrew Norris The Philosophy of Agamben, by Catherine Mills The Agamben Effect, edited by Alison Ross Radical Passivity: Levinas, Blanchot, and Agamben, by Thomas Carl Wall The last one is particularly useful for those interested in community and relationships. By the way, I am looking forward to reviewing your notes, Scu. Thanks for everyone's help so far!
  2. I am not looking for cards. I would prefer either a discussion on Agamben's notion of community and/or some direction in regards to some theorists who reject his ideas on whatever being, particularly as a political possibility. As I mentioned before, this is for a paper, not debate.
  3. I am looking for scholars who either reject or modify Agamben's concept of "whatever being" and "whatever singularity" as presented in The Coming Community. Journal articles, books, lectures, etc. are all welcome. This is not for debate, but rather for an essay on Agamben's notion of community and its relation to politics. If possible, please provide a link to the source and/or a citation. I am also open to a discussion on this topic in this thread. For those who have read differing philosophical accounts on community (Agamben, Nancy, Derrida, Bataille, Levinas, etc.), what are your thoughts on these scholars' ideas? Thanks!
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