Who is the subject of violence?

Jouai, E. 2018. Who is the subject of violence? Radical Philosophy. 2.03, pp. 93-97.

TitleWho is the subject of violence?
AuthorsJouai, E.
Abstract

On the Adama Traoré affair in France, based on the reviews of Elsa Dorlin's 2017 book "Se défendre. Une philosophie de la violence" and François Cusset's 2018 book "Le déchaînement du monde. Logique nouvelle de la violence".

KeywordsViolence
Adama Traoré
France
Racism
Resitance
Elsa Dorlin
François Cusset
JournalRadical Philosophy
Journal citation2.03, pp. 93-97
ISSN0300-211X
Year2018
PublisherRadical Philosophy Ltd
Web address (URL)https://www.radicalphilosophy.com/reviews/individual-reviews/who-is-the-subject-of-violence
Publication dates
PublishedDec 2018

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