Placenta: a metaphor for national conflicts in biopolitical times [Vuksan Vuksanovic]


The historical mechanism of social care for the well-being of the population and the control of adults and children is called biopolitics. The postmodern era of the biopolitical control of society produces its opposition – conflicts and wars. Is the placenta as a metaphor applicable to national wars and to biopolitical reality?

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Vuksan Vuksanović, Ph.D. candidate, professor of philosophy, writer, trainer of hypnotherapy and NLP therapy in Montenegro, Europe. Contact: or +382 69 215 456