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Posts tagged ‘Law’

An Interview with Prof. Peggy Kamuf

By Anindya Sekhar Purakayastha
The last public execution in France took place in June 1939. Because of a miscalculation, it was light enough by the time the guillotine blade dropped that photographers and even a cameraman filming clandestinely were able to capture images that were quickly published in newspapers and magazines.

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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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