Category Archives: Negri

Negri – “La representación es la ausencia de la participación”

En una nueva visita a la Argentina, el filósofo italiano relata su fascinación por los nuevos movimientos estudiantiles en Chile y de los indignados en Europa. Acaba de hacer una visita para dar charlas a los estudiantes chilenos. –Me ha … Continue reading

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New Lines of Alliance – New Spaces of Liberty

The encounter of Félix Guattari and Antonio Negri took place in 1977. So this approchement serves merely to mark, with perhaps too far-fetched an image, the way that this book could be read today: as a call to respond to … Continue reading

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The Common in Revolt

It did not take much imagination, once the analysis of the current economic crisis had been brought back to its causes and social effects, to foretell urban revolts akin to jacqueries. Commonwealth had predicted that already in 2009. Now is … Continue reading

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When Empire appeared in 2000, it defined the political and economic challenges of the era of globalization and, thrillingly, found in them possibilities for new and more democratic forms of social organization. Now, with Commonwealth, Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri … Continue reading

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In praise of the common: a conversation on philosophy and politics

In praise of the common: a conversation on philosophy and politics In Praise of the Common, which began as a conversation between Negri and literary critic Cesare Casarino, is the most complete review of the philosopher’s work ever published. It … Continue reading

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