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There is a long tradition of modern critique dedicated to denouncing the dualisms of modernity. What has changed in the passage to the imperial world, however, is that the border no longer exists, and thus the modern critical strategy tends no longer to be effective. Hardt and Negri , p.
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He was imprisoned on political charges from to and from to Between and , Negri lived in exile in Paris, where he continues to hold a university lectureship. Hardt and Negri re-introduce the concept of the "multitude"—taken from the seventeenth-century political philosophy of Hobbes, Spinoza, and others—in order to designate the collective subject that labors and struggles under Empire's global regime of exploitation. In exploring the transformations of art and culture in the age of Empire, the essay translated below touches on many of the central themes of Negri's recent work. A prime example of Negri's capacity for theoretical synthesis, the essay surveys the economic, political, and cultural developments of the past decades in order to trace them to the anthropological and ontological transformation that accompanies the transition from the system of Fordist nation-states to Empire.
In their international bestseller Empire , Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri presented a grand unified vision of a world in which the old forms of imperialism are no longer effective. Has fear become our permanent condition and democracy an impossible dream? Such pessimism is profoundly mistaken, the authors argue. Empire, by interconnecting more areas of life, is actually creating the possibility for a new kind of democracy, allowing different groups to form a multitude, with the power to forge a democratic alternative to the present world order. Exhilarating in its optimism and depth of insight, Multitude consolidates Hardt and Negri's stature as two of the most important political philosophers at work in the world today. A lot more readable than Empire but lacks the almost poetic beauty in philosophical composition that brought Empire together.
It is the second installment of a "trilogy" also comprising Empire and Commonwealth Multitude is divided into three sections: "War," which addresses the current "global civil war";  "Multitude," which elucidates the "multitude" as an "active social subject, which acts on the basis of what the singularities share in common";  and, "Democracy," which critiques traditional forms of political representation and gestures toward alternatives. Multitude addresses these issues and elaborates on the assertion, in the Preface to Empire , that:. The rapid growth of the alter-globalisation movement , evident in the large protests in Seattle in and in Genova in , along with the creation of the World Social Forum in Porto Alegre , also in , seemed to substantiate the optimistic outlook at the end of Empire. The terrorist attacks on September 11, and subsequent rise of state-sponsored " counter-terrorism " seem, however, to have complicated this optimism. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article may need to be rewritten to comply with Wikipedia's quality standards.
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Multitude: War and Democracy in the Age of Empire. Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri. New York. Penguin Books. pages. ISBN: (paper).
Four years ago, they argued in a widely discussed book -- titled, as it happens, ''Empire'' -- that the globe was ruled by a new imperial order, different from earlier ones, which were based on overt military domination. This one had no center; it was managed by the world's wealthy nation-states particularly the United States , by multinational corporations and by international institutions like the World Trade Organization and the International Monetary Fund. This empire -- a k a globalization -- was exploitative, undemocratic and repressive, not only for developing countries but also for the excluded in the rich West. Hardt and Negri's new book, ''Multitude,'' argues that the antidote to empire is the realization of true democracy, ''the rule of everyone by everyone, a democracy without qualifiers.
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Multitude: war and democracy in the Age of Empire /. Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri. p. cm. Sequel to: Empire. Includes index. ISBN 1.Reply
Multitude: War and Democracy in the Age of Empire Request Full-text Paper PDF for resistance to 'Empire's network' are found within a complementary smooth space, what HN call the 'multitude' (Hardt and Negri, ).Reply