9788188965564

Terror, Terrorism, States and Societies: A Historical and Philosophical Perspective

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Samir Kumar Das & Rada Ivekovic (ed)

Hardback    9788188965564

 

Terror, Terrorism, States and Societies is a collection of essays by international scholars, across different disciplines, discussing several aspects of terror: as historical event; as ideology; as ‘extreme violence’; and as the final marker of identity.

 

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Terror, Terrorism, States and Societies discusses the historical and discursive relations between democracy and terror, liberalism and the rule of law, the ‘war on terror’ and the need for legitimacy; and a philosophical engagement with terror. The book’s scope ranges from the Enlightenment and the French Revolution to colonial terror, postcolonialism and the global situation post-September 11, 2001.

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By

Samir Kumar Das & Rada Ivekivic (ed)

Published by

Women Unlimited

Format

Hardback

ISBN

9788188965564

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