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No trivia or quizzes yet. La radice greca della violenza occidentale by Adriana Cavarero. She considers the work of Primo Levi; Hannah Arendt’s adraina on totalitarianism; and Arendt’s debate with Georges Bataille on the estheticization of violence and cruelty. Unlike terror, dariana Words like “terrorism” and “war” are no longer capable of encompassing the scope of contemporary violence. In Spite of Plato by Adriana Cavarero.

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Sandra rated it really liked it Sep 02, I cicli della Storia. Seraphim rated it really liked it Sep 29, In Spite of Plato: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

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Also looks at the Medea myth and the Gorgon’s gaze, but Hororismo wouldn’t say it’s a ‘feminist’ book. David Rubio esquivel rated it it was amazing Jun 12, English Choose a language for shopping. Where common language fails to form a picture of atrocity, horrorism paints a brilliant portrait of its vivid reality. Good point on the purposeful randomness of the victims of modern mass violence, but, c’mon, this not only elides the religious differences between Sunni and Shia, it also elides the fact that Christians, Jews, and Muslims all worship the same God!


Six Sideways Reflections, in large part because Cavarero never considers the systemic violence of global capitalism itself. Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Horrorismo : nombrando la violencia contemporánea

Not the battlefield, but the bombed out city, or marketplace, or supermarket, or the theater filled with corpses and poison gas, is the picture of modern mass violence. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Cvarero this explosive book, Adriana Cavarero, one of the world’s cavzrero provocative feminist theorists and political philosophers, effectively renders such terms obsolete.

Such rated it really liked it Sep 07, The result is an inquiry that foregrounds the individual and unique existence of the human being, as related to body and gender.


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We might save Cavarero’s analysis by imagining what a ‘horroristic’ study might make of the fancy widget-maker fwm: Refresh and try again. May 10, Rachel Kendall rated it it was amazing. Open Preview See a Problem?

Learn more about Amazon Prime. Lucas rated it really liked it Dec 24, What matters is the pain and death, especially when the victim, caught unawares, has been unable to defend him or herself from the violence.


Through her searing analysis, Caverero proves that violence against the helpless claims a specific vocabulary, one that has been known for millennia, and not just to the Western tradition. Also a large number of suicide bombers are female, and a surprising number of those were pregnant.

Bilgesu rated it really liked it Nov 15, Filosofia della narrazione by Adriana Cavarero. Cavarero demands that warriors and terrorists alike try to understand the violence they commit from the perspective of the victim. Second, the thought of Hannah Arendt, reinterpreted in its most innovative categories: Second, the thought of Hannah Arendt, reinterpreted in its most innovative categories: Although called infidel or miscreant, the absolute enemy loses all quality and assumes the role of anyone at all, with respect to whom the eventual faith of every singular victim–who sometimes, and certainly in modern Iraq, believes in the same god as his murderers–is just an accident” Nella quarta di copertina una frase riassume al meglio: