Rethinking political violence, memory and law. Introduction

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Rossi, F. and Kamiloglu, O (2016). Rethinking political violence, memory and law. Introduction. London Journal of critical thought. 1 (2), pp. 129-139.
AuthorsRossi, F. and Kamiloglu, O
Abstract

This article introduces the critical analysis of the links between political violence, law and memory that is discussed in the collection of articles that follows. The collection challenge common assumptions about political violence, unveil the processes, practices and discourses through which the Sovereign’s violence is legitimized and the demos’ violence is delegitimized, and let emerge the dynamic links between violence and law.

KeywordsPolitical violence; Law; Memory
Year2016
JournalLondon Journal of critical thought
Journal citation1 (2), pp. 129-139
PublisherLondon Critical
ISSN 2398-662X
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Print21 Jun 2016
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Deposited27 Feb 2018
Accepted21 Jun 2016
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