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Posts from the ‘Issue 5/Death Penalty’ Category

Death, Life, and Law

By Saitya Brata Das
This forgiveness cannot exhaustively be realized within the negotiated realm of possibilities and conditionalities which often, as we have seen above, uses the logic of ultimatum belonging to the capacities and authorities of the sovereign power.

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Schizo-analyzing Death Sentences: Death, Territory, Capital

By Saswat Samay Das
It is the populist imagination of death, evident within those populist artworks – imaginative sketches, cartoon networks and comics that feed our nascent pre-mature imagination – as a hooded figure with a rope or an axe or as that cruel parting shot which the frightful, towering figure of Yama, the lord of death riding an equally frightful buffalo.

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