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Reflections on Menke’s ‘Law and violence’
Alessandro Ferrara

Deconstructing the deconstruction of the law 123 of art? Should the symbolist poetics of “l’art pour l’art” and the avant-​ garde radical reflexivity be accused of being an exercise of artistic violence? The nexus of law and violence cannot just reside in the tendency of law to maintain its own integrity and distinctiveness vis-​à-​vis the larger societal process within which it is, along with many other practices, immersed. Furthermore, concerning (b), it is difficult to find any supporting argument in Menke’s text for his acceptance of Benjamin’s claim to the effect that

in Law and violence
Public presence, discourse, and migrants as threat
Giannis Gkolfinopoulos

Criminals, We will Fight for our Right to Life and Dignity”’, Avgi , 26 January 2011. 31 Mihalis Nivolianitis, ‘Landing of Illegal Migrants in the Law School’, Ethnos , 25 January 2011. DAP (in Greek) stands for Democratic Revisionist Avant-Garde and is the name of the main right-wing student organisation

in Security/ Mobility
Rebecca Gill

Murray and H. J. Wilson MP on a General Committee. This exemplary cross-section of the liberal avant garde was accompanied by Keir Hardie, J. A. Hobson, H. N. Brailsford, Edward Carpenter, Henry Salt, J. L. Hammond and Isabella Ford. 22 A pamphlet campaign was launched to counter the bluster of the pro-war party and to educate the public on the true causes and

in Calculating compassion
Tracing the origins of Swedish neutrality, 1814–1945
Christine Agius

Einhorn and Logue, 1989: 6) Likewise, in 1965, Danish writer Henrik Stangerup wrote: ‘Scandinavia of today is the world’s avant-garde society. What is taking place among us will happen in other countries tomorrow … [which] will be of profit [to] the entire world around us.’ In Europe, German and Austrian leftists shored up the idea, as Brandt, Wehner, Kreisky and others anticipated the spread of the

in The social construction of Swedish neutrality