Living Law

Some articles on living law, living, law:

Giorgio Agamben - Work - State of Exception (2005) - Interregnum, justitium and nomos Empsuchos (the Sovereign As "living Law")
... If the sovereign is a living nomos, if then anomie and nomos coincide in his person without any left-over, then anarchy (which, at his death, when the link attaching him to law ... As living law, the sovereign is deeply anomos (ἄνομος) ... Here also the state of exception is the life – more secret and true – of the law ...

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