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Critique of security

Author: Neocleous, Mark Publisher: Edinburgh University Press 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 247 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780748633289Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Critique of Security Contents Acknowledgements Introduction 1 'The supreme concept of bourgeois society': liberalism and the technique of security Security, sovereignty, prerogative Liberty in security and liberal insecurity Prerogative and necessity: towards emergency 2 Emergency? What emergency? Martial law to emergency powers Walter Benjamin goes to Senate Against normality 3 From social to national security: on the fabrication of economic order The garden of security, or 'Security -- this is more like it' Containment I: national security, international order and six million corpses 4 Security, identity, loyalty Containment II: national security, domestic order and the fear of disintegration The garden of pansies, or 'no communists or cocksuckers in the library' 5 The Company and the Campus Security fetishism Security intellectuals Closing gambit: return the gift Notes Index vi 1 11 13 24 32 39 42 59 69 76 81 92 106 108 123 142 145 160 185 187 243

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