Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages -195) and index.
Formatted Contents Note
1. Democracy, radical politics and a differential human rights 2. Challenging human rights histories 3. The withdrawal of the radical in human rights 4. The authority of change : Sieyes and Kant 5. An open constituent power : Sorel, Benjamin and Bataille 6. Differing the people : Derrida and Ranciere 7. On being-together : beyond the subject of human rights 8. On world : biopolitics, singularity and 'global' human rights 9. On right-ing : constituent power and human rights.