Giorgio Agamben – Homo Sacer structure

Update: a graphic of the structure is available here.

Thanks to André Dias for the Italian information - this is the structure of Giorgio Agamben’s Homo Sacer series, with English titles where available:

I:  Homo Sacer: Sovereign Power and Bare Life [Homo Sacer: Il potere soverano e la vita nuda, Einaudi, Torino, 1995]
II, 1: State of Exception [Stato di Eccezione, Bollati Borighieri, Torino, 2003]
II, 2: The Kingdom and the Glory: For a Theological Genealogy of Economy and Government [Il Regno e la Gloria. Per una genealogia teologica dell’economia e del governo, Neri Pozza, Vicenza, 2007]
II, 3: The Sacrament of Language: An Archaeology of the Oath [Il sacramento del linguaggio: Archeologia del giuramento, Laterza, Bari, 2008]
II, 5: Opus Dei. Archeologia dell’ufficio, Bollati Boringhieri, Torino, 2012
III: Remnants of Auschwitz: The Witness and the Archive [Quel che resta di Auschwitz. L’archivio e il testimone, Bollati Boringhieri, Torino, 1998]
IV, 1: Altissima povertà. Regole monastiche e forma di vita, Neri Pozza, Vicenza, 2011.

Anything wrong or missing? Please let me know.

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7 Responses to Giorgio Agamben – Homo Sacer structure

  1. Professor Andrew Kolin says:

    Dear Professor Agamben I read with great interest your book “State of Exception”. Most useful as I wrote my book,”State Power and Democracy:Before and During the Presidency of G.W. Bush”. The Historical theme is the development of an American Police State. Thought my book mighr be of interest to you. Respectfully Andrew Kolin

    • stuartelden says:

      Thanks for this, but please note this isn’t Agamben’s blog. Highly unlikely he will read this. Perhaps you should email him directly?

  2. tmlavenz says:

    This is very helpful as a resource. Could you please verify that Opus Dei is volume 5 of set 2, or volume 4? Is volume 4 yet to be released or is the 5 a typo?

    Thank you again,
    Tim.

  3. stuartelden says:

    I wonder if Remnants might become III, 1 at some later point. There is a bit more on The Highest Poverty here, including a link to the translation of the preface.

    http://progressivegeographies.com/2012/11/15/agamben-the-highest-poverty/

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