Concepts and Cases
Chapter 12: Epiphany: Leviathan at the border
I have pursued one main objective throughout this book: to take the measure of the spatial dimension constitutive of social imaginaries in a long-term perspec¬tive. As the goal was enormous, I focused on several authors (More, Hobbes, Taylor, Searle, Warner, Arendt, Schmitt, etc.), certain social institutions (currency, private property, etc.), a set of preferential spatial objects (territory, border, plot, natural park, etc.), and just some of the innumerable collectives with which the question could be illustrated.
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