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It is at this level that political philosophy is at its analytical messiest. On ‘kinds of persons’, and the implications of different categorisations and classifications of personhood for policy-making, see Hacking (2002, 2006). 3. On the category of the person, see, for example, Bird-David (1999), Carrithers et al. (1985), Collins (1982), Corsín Jiménez (2003), Douglas and Ney (1998) and Strathern (2004); on the distribution and entitlements of agency, see, for instance, Gell (1998), Hann (1998), Strathern (1999), Verdery and Humphrey (2004) and Wilson and Mitchell (2003); on the anthropology of the state, classic and recent contributions include Cohen and Service (1978), Ferguson and Gupta (2002), Geertz (1980), Navaro-Yashin (2002) and Taussig (1997); on the place of solidarity, obligation and debt in the making of moral communities, the list is as extensive as the discipline itself; some classic references include Fortes (2004 ), Mauss (2002) and Mauss and Hubert (1964); for some recent scholarship see Godelier (1999), Komter (2005), Laidlaw (2000), Strathern (1988) and Sykes (2005).
The contours of disease are then delineated and constituted as being within this objectified entity, as the relations and conditions of production of this knowledge construction are effaced (Foucault 1988). Concomitantly, we see the growth of the idea of the normal as perhaps the most powerful ideology of the nineteenth and then twentieth century Jimenez 01 intro 38 1/10/07 16:21:40 The Impossibility of Well-Being 39 (Hacking 1990), and the growth of the idea of the pathological defined as aberration from an idealised norm (Canguilhem 1991).
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