Book Reviews

Critiquing Immunity, Critiquing Security


  • Paul Gorby University of St. Andrews



Biopolitics, Security, Systems Theory


Review of Mark Neocleous (2022) The Politics of Immunity: Security and the Policing of Bodies. London and New York: Verso Books, 358 pp.

Author Biography

Paul Gorby, University of St. Andrews

Paul Gorby is a PhD candidate in the School of International Relations at the University of St. Andrews. His thesis develops a critical theory of the dual concepts of police power and vagrancy and applies it to key topics in contemporary political thought, including governmentality, human rights, migration, and constituent power. His work draws on Continental political philosophy, Marxist theory, and the Black radical tradition.



How to Cite

Gorby, Paul. 2022. “Critiquing Immunity, Critiquing Security”. Krisis | Journal for Contemporary Philosophy 42 (1):140-43.