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Introduction

  • Michael E. Sawyer
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Abstract

This section is principally concerned with framing the project and in particular elaborating the set of ten “Presuppositions” that together assemble the architecture of the structure of sovereignty as a temporal continuum that represents the centerpiece of the argument. Additionally, the notion of “liminality” is framed as (in many respects) remarkable in its difference from its popular employment in post-colonial thinking as a limiting circumstance but rather as a limit function in the sense of calculus that allows for the establishment of instantaneous values that foregrounds temporality as the central line through the project.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Michael E. Sawyer
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  1. 1.Colorado CollegeColorado SpringsUSA

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