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Everyday life and the state / Peter Bratsis
Bib ID 3701282
Format BookBook
Author
Bratsis, Peter
 
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Description Boulder : Paradigm Publishers, c2006 
x,139 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 9781594512186
1594512183
Full contents
  • Introduction: don't take it literally
  • Situating the arguments
  • The spontaneous theory of the state and the state as spontaneous theory
  • The state as subject and as object
  • A note on Philip Abrams and ontology
  • The state as a social relation
  • From the reification of the state to its explanation
  • From the king's two bodies to the fetish of the public: The foundations of the state abstraction
  • The polis versus the state
  • Kantorowicz as state theorist
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Subjects Political sociology.  |  State, The

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