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1. The Future of the Human: An Introduction–Nancy Armstrong and Warren Montag
2. Violence and Civility: On the Limits of Political Anthropology–Étienne Balibar
3. The Democratic Insect: Productive Swarms–Page DuBois
4. Imitating the Affects of Beasts: Interest and Inhumanity in Spinoza–Warren Montag
5. Reinhabiting the Body Politic: Habit and the Roots of the Human–Brady Thomas Heiner
6. Toward an Analysis of the Corporate Ego: The Case of Richard Hakluyt–Henry S. Turner
7. Sovereignty and the Form of Formlessness–Nancy Armstrong and Leonard Tennenhouse
8. Monstrous Individuations: Deleuze, Simondon, and Relational Ontology–Filippo Del Lucchese
9. The Human Recycled: Insecurity in the Transnational Moment–Mrinalini Chakravorty and Leila Neti
10. "I Insist on the Christian Dimension”: On Forgiveness . . . and the Outside of the Human–Rey Chow
11. "Terrorists Are Human Beings”: Mapping the U.S.Army’s “Human Terrain Systems” Program
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Contributors to this issue address forms of social existence such as factions, populations, and multitudes, and consider humanity in terms which defy the individual/state binary, and explore alternative concepts of humankind.