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Whyte J, 2013, Catastrophe and redemption: The political thought of Giorgio Agamben

Book Chapters

Whyte J, 2018, 'Agamben's Philosophical Lineage: Karl Marx', in Agamben's Philosophical Lineage, Edinburgh University Press,

Whyte J, 2017, ''The king reigns but he doesn't govern': Thinking sovereignty and government with Agamben, Foucault and Rousseau', in Agamben and Law, pp. 167 - 186,

Whyte J, 2016, '"Always on top"?: The "responsibility to protect" and the persistence of colonialism', in , pp. 308 - 324,

Whyte J, 2014, '’Man Produces Universally’: Praxis and Production in Agamben and Marx', in , pp. 178 - 194,

Habjan J; Whyte J, 2014, '(Mis)readings of Marx in Continental Philosophy', in Tyrrell IR; Sexton J (ed.), Empire's Twin, Cornell University Press, pp. 1 - 229,

Habjan J; Whyte J, 2014, 'Introduction to (Mis)-Readings of Marx in Continental Philosophy', in (Mis)-Readings of Marx in Continental Philosophy, pp. 1 - 18,

Whyte J, 2013, 'The king reigns but he doesn?t govern?: Thinking sovereignty and government with Agamben, Foucault and Rousseau', in , pp. 143 - 161,

Whyte J, 2012, 'Human rights: Confronting governments?: Michel foucault and the right to intervene', in , pp. 11 - 30,

Whyte J, 2012, 'Is revolution desirable?: Michel Foucault on revolution, neoliberalism and rights', in , pp. 207 - 228,

Whyte J, 2012, 'The work of men is not durable: History, Haiti and the rights of man', in , pp. 239 - 248

Jessica W, 2008, '‘Its Silent Working was a Delusion’', in The Work of Giorgio AgambenLaw, Literature, Life, Edinburgh University Press, pp. 66 - 79,

Habjan J; Whyte J, 1994, 'Introduction', in (Mis)readings of Marx in Continental Philosophy, edn. 5, Palgrave Macmillan,

Journal articles

O’Driscoll C; Brown C; Hutchings K; Finlay CJ; Whyte J; Gregory T, 2021, 'How and Why to Do Just War Theory', Contemporary Political Theory, vol. 20, pp. 858 - 889,

Whyte J, 2021, 'Freedom: The History and the Future of a Disputed Idea', Modern Intellectual History, pp. 1 - 12,

Whyte J, 2021, 'Mutant Neoliberalism: Market Rule and Political Rupture. Edited by William Callison and Zachary Manfredi. New York: Fordham University Press, 2020. 320p. $35.00 paper.', Perspectives on Politics, vol. 19, pp. 244 - 245,

Dehm J; Golder B; Whyte J, 2020, 'Introduction: 'Redistributive Human Rights?' symposium', LONDON REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL LAW, vol. 8, pp. 225 - 232,

Whyte J, 2020, 'Calculation and Conflict', South Atlantic Quarterly, vol. 119, pp. 31 - 51,

O’Hara C; Pahuja S; Guevara VV; Whyte J, 2020, 'World-Making Through Market Morality: A Conversation About Human Rights, Neoliberalism and Political Struggle', Australian Feminist Law Journal, vol. 46, pp. 139 - 151,

Whyte J, 2019, 'The Morals of the Market Human Rights and the Rise of Neoliberalism', CONTEMPORARY POLITICAL THEORY,

Whyte J, 2018, 'Hayek’s Submissive Subjects: Reply to Kyong-Min Son, “The Making of the Neoliberal Subject: Response to Whyte”', Political Theory, pp. 009059171880715 - 009059171880715,

Whyte J, 2018, 'Powerless Companions or Fellow Travellers?', Radical Philosophy

Whyte J, 2018, 'The Dangerous Concept of the Just War', Humanity, vol. 9, pp. 313 - 341,

Whyte J, 2017, 'The Invisible Hand of Friedrich Hayek: Submission and Spontaneous Order', Political Theory, pp. 009059171773706 - 009059171773706,

Whyte J, 2016, 'Re: Legitimacy and the shadows of universalism: A response to Meine's ?Debating legitimacy transnationally?', Global Discourse, vol. 6, pp. 347 - 351,

Whyte J, 2014, 'The Fortunes of Natural Man: Robinson Crusoe, Political Economy, and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights', Humanity: An International Journal of Human Rights, Humanitarianism, and Development, vol. 5, pp. 301 - 321,

Whyte J, 2010, '’A New Use of the Self’: Giorgio Agamben on the Coming Community', Theory & Event, vol. 13,

Bailey R; McLoughlin D; Whyte J, 2010, 'Editors' Introduction: Form-of-Life: Giorgio Agamben, Ontology and Politics', Theory & Event, vol. 13, pp. online - online,

Whyte J, 2009, '’I would prefer not to’: Giorgio Agamben, Bartleby and the potentiality of the law', Law and Critique, vol. 20, pp. 309 - 324,

Whyte J, 2009, 'Criminalising ‘Camera Fiends’: Photography Restrictions in the Age of Digital Reproduction', Australian Feminist Law Journal, vol. 31, pp. 99 - 120,

Sentas V; Whyte J, 2009, 'Law, Crisis, Revolution', Australian Feminist Law Journal, vol. 31, pp. 3 - 14,

Whyte J, 2009, 'Particular rights and absolute wrongs: Giorgio Agamben on life and politics', Law and Critique, vol. 20, pp. 147 - 161,

Whyte J, 2007, 'Human Rights and the Collateral Damage of Neoliberalism', Theory and Event 20 (no.1)


Whyte J, 2019, Bugsplat: The Politics of Collateral Damage in Western Armed Conflicts, ROUTLEDGE JOURNALS, TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD,

Whyte J, 2019, Naming Violence: A Critical Theory of Genocide, Torture, and Terrorism. By Mathias Thaler. New York: Columbia University Press, 2018. 248p. $65.00 cloth., Cambridge University Press (CUP),

Whyte J, 2017, Human rights after October

Whyte J, 2015, The republic of the living: Biopolitics and the critique of civil society, Springer Nature,

Whyte J, 2012, Intervene, I said

Whyte J, 2011, The long night of the left is drawing to a close

Whyte J, 2010, Symposium: Form-of-Life: Giorgio Agamben, Ontology and Politics Special Section

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