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In Praise of the Common: A Conversation on Philosophy and Politics (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 27. November 2008

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A leading Marxist political philosopher and intellectual firebrand, Antonio Negri has inspired anti-empire movements around the world through his writings and personal example. Born in 1933, he was imprisoned in Italy in 1979 and convicted, nearly five years later, on questionable charges of “association and insurrection against the state,” whereupon he left the country to teach in France. In 1997, he voluntarily returned to Italy to serve out his seventeen-year prison sentence. He was freed in 2003.

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 includes five exchanges in which the two intellectuals discuss Negri’s evolution as a thinker from 1950 to the present, detailing for the first time the genealogy of his concepts. In Praise of the Common contains two essays by Casarino that expand Negri’s most recent work by relating it to the work of other prominent thinkers.

This is at once a book by Negri and on Negri. It presents, for the first time in English, a major essay by Negri on the “monster” as a political figure in the history of Western thought, engaging with discourses of biopolitics, eugenics, and genetic engineering. More candid and self-critical than ever before, Negri provides his wide audience with a rich and revelatory assessment of his controversial, highly influential thought.


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An excellent addition to philosophical studies shelves 13. Januar 2009
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"In Praise of the Common" began as a conversation between Marxist political philosopher and intellectual Antonio Negri and literary critic Cesare Casarino. It evolved into the most complete review of Negri's work published. Included are five dialogue exchanges discussing how Negri's thoughts and philosophy grew and changed over the decades, as well as two essays by Casarino that examine Negri's most recent work and contrast it with the work of other prominent thinkers. "Today, there is nothing marginal about poverty - which is why the harder they try to ghettoize it, the more impossible they find it to do so. This is poverty in exodus: this is a poverty, for example, that escaped from the Third World and entered the First World, but was then reimpoverished and once again 'third-worldized' in the First World, etc. The point is that as the poor go through this series of movements, passages, and transformations, they always carry along with them - in their minds and bodies - not only the tools that will enable them to work wherever they go but also the capacity to resist." An excellent addition to philosophical studies shelves, that does not shy away from modern, hot-button global issues.
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