Vol. 36 Nbr. 1, February 2011
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- Editor's note.
- On Barry Hindess's discourses of power.
- Liberty and government: Hindess and the history of liberalism.
- Barry Hindess and the critique of democracy.
- Prehistoric modes of textual production, or, books begat by other books.
- On Barry Hindess, Philosophy and Methodology in the Social Sciences.
- Debating the categories of remote indigenous sociality.
- Anti-anticorruption: Barry Hindess' recent work on corruption.
- Terror, reason, and history.
- Civilized fictions: warfare and civilization in Enlightenment thought.
- Barry Hindess's 'territorial fundamentalism': Goliath without David?
- Moving on from the developmental view of humanity.