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From the Publisher"A valuable book not only because it recognises the impossibility of timeless criteria for thinking about violence and the naïvety of an appeal to absolute non-violence, but also because it raises questions about the nature of political responsibility."
"A major contribution to the seemingly intractable question of violence and nonviolence by one of the greatest philosophers of our time. I cannot recommend it highly enough."
"No one can converse with thinkers of the past or present like Richard J. Bernstein does. In the brilliant and timely hermeneutic exercise of this book, he provides us with new ways to understand the phenomenon of violence and its dialectical relation to public power and freedom."
Rainer Forst, Goethe University Frankfurt am Main