Chapter 2 reads Hobbes, Locke and Descartes to show how they invented the liberal subject by masking digestive processes. As a result, they established a way of thinking about selves and bodies that informed a particularly sterile notion of representative democracy that is captured in the metaphor of a “social contract.”
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