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Pathological lives

Steve Hinchliffe

Pathological lives

disease, space and biopolitics

by Steve Hinchliffe

  • 157 Want to read
  • 31 Currently reading

Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Microbial ecology,
  • Health aspects,
  • Human-animal relationships,
  • Bioethics,
  • Political aspects,
  • Epidemiology,
  • Communicable diseases

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementSteve Hinchliffe, Nick Bingham, John Allen and Simon Carter
    SeriesRGS-IBG book series, RGS-IBG book series
    ContributionsBingham, Nick, author, Allen, John, 1951- author, Carter, Simon, 1960- author, Royal Geographical Society (with The Institute of British Geographers)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 243 pages
    Number of Pages243
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27233499M
    ISBN 10111899759X, 1118997603
    ISBN 109781118997598, 9781118997604
    OCLC/WorldCa971560545

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Pathological Lives is an acute and well-researched book that bravely faces up to this concern and that sets the scene for a new wave of fresh thinking about biopolitics.’ Annemarie Mol, Professor of Anthropology of the Body, The University of AmsterdamCited by:   Pandemics, epidemics and food borne diseases are a major global challenge.

Focusing on the food and farming sector, and mobilising social theory as well as empirical enquiry, Pathological Lives investigates current approaches to biosecurity and ask how pathological lives can Pathological lives book successfully ‘regulated’ without making life more dangerous as a result.

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Pathological Lives is an acute and well-researched book that bravely faces up to this concern and that sets the scene for a new wave of fresh thinking about biopolitics.’ Annemarie Mol, Professor of Anthropology of the Body, The University of AmsterdamPrice: $ Part I Framing Pathological Lives 1.

1 Pathological Lives – Disease, Space and Biopolitics 3. Introduction: The Emergency of Emergent Infectious Diseases 3. The Four Moves of Pathological Lives 8. References 2 Biosecurity and the Diagramming of Disease Disease Diagrams The Disease Multiple: Germs and the Return of the Outside Focusing on the food and farming sector, and mobilising social theory as well as empirical enquiry, Pathological Lives investigates current approaches to biosecurity and ask how pathological lives can be successfully ‘regulated’ without making life more dangerous as a result.

Focusing on the food and farming sector, and mobilising social theory as well as empirical enquiry, Pathological Lives investigates current approaches to biosecurity and ask how pathological lives can be successfully ‘regulated’ without making life more dangerous as a : Wiley.

This book adopts and develops accounts of disease that emphasise the entanglements of bodies, microbes and infrastructures, and thereby a relational understanding of disease.

Its intent is to expand on the potential for a pathological understanding of life, and a. Pathological is a startling look into the mind of a serial killer who was bent on exacting revenge on those he believed caused his downfall as a doctor.

I live in the metro area where these murders occur and I vividly remember the shock and horror when the first two murders happened and the bafflement when no arrests were made/5(45).

[Help] "If you live a pathological life then you pathologize your society" - From Personality Existentialism via Solzhenitsyn and the Gulag.

Close. Society and culture is the sum and average of individual lives and personalities. So if you start shitting in the punchbowl It's actually an empowering, bottom-up view.

Of course. In a book just published in the RGS-IBG series, my co-authors and I call this entanglement of microbes, hosts, environments and economies ‘pathological lives’. The term allows us to investigate how these lives have become dangerous to themselves in a world of accelerated throughput and biological intensity.

Pathological lying, also known as mythomania and pseudologia fantastica, is the chronic behavior of compulsive or habitual lying. Unlike telling the occasional white lie to avoid hurting someone. RGS‐IBG Book Series For further information about the series and a full list of published and forthcoming titles please visit Published Pathological Lives: Disease, Space and Biopolitics Steve Hinchliffe, Nick Bingham, John Allen and Simon Carter Smoking Geographies: Space, Place and.

Note: If Link for Any Book is not working then kindly tell us in the comment box of that post, please try to avoid sending email. By commenting in comment box its easier for us to reupload Books. Thanks for your cooperation. Pathological liars tell compulsive lies without a clear motive.

This type of lying is different than nonpathological lying, where the lie is often beneficial in some way. Summary: Pandemics, epidemics and food borne diseases have become one of the key challenges for contemporary global society.

The central claim of Pathological Lives is that any solution offered to these kinds of emerging and often communicable diseases requires a broad-based geographical scrutiny. Pathological Lives is an acute and well-researched book that bravely faces up to this concern and that sets the scene for a new wave of fresh thinking about biopolitics.' Annemarie Mol, Professor of Anthropology of the Body, The University of Amsterdam `Pathological Lives offers an illuminating new approach to the problem of emerging infectious.

The book marks an empirically and theoretically informed contribution to a world seemingly under constant microbiological threat, drawing together and extending empirically based geographical scholarship in human-environment relations, science and society, more than human geographies and spatial theory, to understand and evaluate efforts at making life more secure.

The updated edition of Surgical Pathology of the GI Tract, Liver, Biliary Tract and Pancreas is designed to act as a one-stop medical reference book for the entire gastrointestinal system, providing exhaustive coverage and equipping you with all of the necessary tools to make a comprehensive diagnostic workup.

The Consulting Firm of Patrick Lencioni. I recently read the book, Bad Blood, by The Wall Street Journal’s John Carreyrou, and couldn’t put it down. It is the fascinating and frightening story of Theranos and its pathologically ambitious founder.

Pathological gamblers find they are unable to participate in their social lives, have problems at work, and end up in financial trouble because they feel compelled to keep gambling.

Much of this problem comes from incorrect beliefs about the nature of the game; people believe they can beat the system or learn to control the outcome of games of 1/5(1). Compulsive vs. Pathological Liars. Out-of-control lying is known as compulsive or pathological lying. Definitions are fluid, experts say.

Compulsive liars have a. ‘Pathological Lives offers an illuminating new approach to the problem of emerging infectious disease. The authors outline a relational understanding of disease where host and infective agent are held together by infrastructures of greater or lesser pathogenicity.

This book is a rare thing in contemporary social science: a combination of Author: Steve Hinchliffe, Nick Bingham, John Allen.