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The book presents itself as an introduction to Agamben, but this should not be taken to mean a shortcut or condensed summary of Agambenâ€™s thought, which would in fact contour his work rather than encounter it. Instead, de la Durantaye provides us with an introduction in its proper sense, opening us up to a body of work that does not presuppose any knowledge of Agambenâ€™s thought, yet has the scale and richness of detail that can appeal to those who already have a strong understanding of his work.
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