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Empire and beyond

Author: Antonio Negri; Ed Emery
Publisher: Cambridge ; Malden, MA. : Polity, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In April 2003, after twenty-four years spent in conditions of imprisonment, exile, and constraint, Negri was finally granted a passport. This gave him the opportunity to travel worldwide and to test the political theory which had given rise to his bestselling volume Empire, co-authored with Michael Hardt. This new book, Empire and Beyond, brings together texts in which Negri explores and elaborates the  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Antonio Negri; Ed Emery
ISBN: 9780745640471 0745640478 0745640486 9780745640488
OCLC Number: 248982739
Description: ix, 239 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: pt. 1. Empire and beyond --
1. The empire and beyond : aporias and contradictions --
2. An axiomatics for empire --
3. Crucial transitions in empire --
4. Empire and war --
5. Tendencies and drives towards the recomposition of aristocracy in empire --
6. Utopias and resistance in empire --
7. Empire and citizenship --
8. Living the imperial transition--in order to struggle --
9. Resistance and multitude --
10. The monstrous multitude --
11. Multitudo, utopia station --
12. Peace and war --
13. Art and culture in the age of empire and the time of multitudes --
14. Marx/impero-imperialism --
pt. 2. Europe : an opportunity for struggle --
15. Europe and empire : issues and problems --
16. Europe and the United States in empire --
17. Europe between universalism and national differences : a possible Europe --
18. A thousand European issues --
19. Notes on laying the basis for foreign policy in the European Union --
pt. 3. Post-socialist politics --
20. Social alternatives to neo-liberalism --
21. A post-socialist politics within empire --
22. The new phase of empire --
23. Urban democracy --
24. For a new welfare --
pt. 4. Political philosophy in imperial postmodernity --
25. Postmodernity and liberty --
26. The communism of immanence --
27. Bio-power and subjectivity --
28. Multitude and bio-power --
29. Empire and war --
30. Let us reform the political lexicon! --
31. The biopolitics of general intellect --
32. The philosophy of 'old Europe' --
33. The actor and the spectator : immaterial labour, public service, intellectual cooperation and the construction of the common --
34. Real time and the time of exploitation --
35. A new Foucault --
36. Postmodernity or contemporaneity?
Other Titles: Movimenti nell'impero.
Responsibility: Antonio Negri ; translated by Ed Emery.

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Today, Empire no longer has an outside: it no longer tolerates realities external to itself. Hence every war cannot but be a civil war, an internal battle, a domestic strife. But if the enemy is  Read more...

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