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Barolini, Capitini and Giuriolo, inasmuch as they are absent to each other through either a real death or a figural one (the latter embedded in the very act of using written language), together build an impolitical community of affects that circumscribe and limit violence: "[.
Esposito, the philosopher who more than others uses the categories of the impolitical, basically rejects any political theology; nonetheless, in Living Thought he writes that the impolitical regards the political "from outside, or, rather, from its reverse: from the point of view of what the political cannot be.
Memory and loss, no less than his religious persuasion, are located at the very heart of Barolini's impolitical (inoperative) commitment to politics.