Giorgio Agamben is a philosopher well known for his brilliance and erudition, as well as for the difficulty and diversity of his seventeen books.
The interest which his Homo Sacer sparked in America is likely to continue to grow for a great many years to come.
Giorgio Agamben: A Critical Introduction presents the complexity and continuity of Agamben's philosophy-and does so for two separate and distinct audiences.
It attempts to provide readers possessing little or no familiarity with Agamben's writings with points of entry for exploring them.
For those already well acquainted with Agamben's thought, it offers a critical analysis of the achievements that have marked it.