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Provocative and unorthodox, this is the first book in twenty years to address Foucault’s position on law. Engaging with neglected texts, as well as considering Foucault’s relationship to other continental thinkers, the authors examine the claim that the law was expelled from Foucault’s analysis of modernity.
Advancing a radically alternative reading of Foucault’s work on law, whilst re-thinking current socio-political configurations, this book focuses on the following texts by Foucault: