Spinoza for Our Time

Politics and Postmodernity

; William McCuaig (Oversetter) ; Rocco Gangle (Forord)

There are very few authors who are able to supply the degree and force of insight that Antonio Negri does on the subject of contemporary continental political philosophy. Even among those living thinkers who are as important as Negri, no oneis able to offer a substantive and creative account of the value of Spinoza for contemporary thought. Les mer
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There are very few authors who are able to supply the degree and force of insight that Antonio Negri does on the subject of contemporary continental political philosophy. Even among those living thinkers who are as important as Negri, no oneis able to offer a substantive and creative account of the value of Spinoza for contemporary thought. It is precisely such an account that Negri here provides and in a way that makes original advances beyond even his more notable previous contributions. -- Daniel Colucciello Barber, ICI Berlin Institute for Cultural Inquiry

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Foreword, by Rocco Gangle Translator's Note Introduction: Spinoza and Us 1. Spinoza: A Heresy of Immanence and of Democracy 2. Potency and Ontology: Heidegger or Spinoza 3. Multitude and Singularity in the Development of the Spinoza's Political Thought 4. Spinoza: A Sociology of the Affects Notes Bibliography Index

Om forfatteren

Antonio Negri is an independent researcher and world-renowned theorist, who has taught political philosophy at the University of Padua, the University of Vincennes, and College Internationale de Philosophie. His books include Factory of Strategy: Thirty-three Lessons on Lenin; The Politics of Subversion: A Manifesto for the Twenty-First Century; and Negri on Negri: In Conversation with Anne Dufourmentelle. With Michael Hardt, he coauthored the best-selling trilogy, Empire, Multitude, and Commonwealth. Rocco Gangle is associate professor of philosophy at Endicott College and the author of Francois Laruelle's Philosophies of Difference: A Critical Introduction and Guide.