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As New in As New jacket. Building on Foucoult's argument that the art of punishing depends on a technology of representation, this book investigates the earliest historical records of violence and biopolitics in ancient Mesopotamia to reveal how that culture relied on the portrayal of violence and control as part of the mechanics of warfare; includes illustrations (black cloth with gold lettering; brown pictorial dust jacket with white & blue lettering; a bright, clean, tight copy in nearly perfect condition; book is in stock and available for immediate shipment)
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