INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ANTHROPOLOGY
VOL. 12 (2019) NO. 2

Contents


  • Introduction

    3
  • ARTICLES

  • Central yet Liminal? The Politics of Central European Identity in the Visegrad Group

    5
  • Nietzsche on Slavery: Exploring the Meaning and Relevance of Nietzsche’s Perspective

    29
  • PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS

  • Autobiographical Sketches

    53
  • Alessandro Pizzorno: Memories and Thoughts

    59
  • Alessandro Pizzorno: Impressions, in Honour and Memory

    61
  • BOOK REVIEWS

  • Hans Joas, Die Macht des Heiligen

    63
  • Tom Boland, The Spectacle of Critique: From Philosophy to Cacophony

    71
  • NOTES ON THE AUTHORS

    99

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