Con Imperio, Michael Hardt y Antonio Negri se convirtieron en los teóricos visionarios del nuevo orden global. Ahora, en Multitud, ofrecen una esperanzadora. Este trabajo comprende dos grandes bloques. En el primero (§1 y §2), analizamos en perspectiva histórica la extraordinaria aceleración de la temporalidad. Download Citation on ResearchGate | Multitud: guerra y democracia en la era del Imperio / M. Hardt, A. Negri ; tr. por Juan Antonio Bravo. | Traducción de.
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The deterritorializing power of the multitude is the productive force that sustains Empire and at the same time the force that calls for and makes necessary its destruction. But if I succeed in showing that the foundation of monarchical dominion […], are firm and cannot be plucked up, without the indignation of the larger part of an armed multitude, and that from them follow peace and security for king and multitude, and if I deduce h from general human nature, no one will be able to doubt, that these foundations are the best and the true ones.
In his more recent writings with Michael Hardthowever, he does not so much offer a direct definition, but presents the concept through a series of mediations. Be the first to ask a question about La multitud y la guerra. The term has a history of use reaching back to antiquity, but took on a strictly political concept when it was first used by Machiavelli and reiterated by Spinoza.
It remains a hart vague concept which is assigned a revolutionary potential without much theoretical substantiation apart from a generic potential of love. The multitude is used as a term and implied as a concept throughout Spinoza’s work. Paperbackpages. To ask other readers questions about La multitud y la guerraplease sign up.
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Return to Book Page. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. They also express, nourish, and develop positively their own constituent projects. This is when the political is really affirmed—when the genesis is complete and self-valorization, the cooperative convergence of subjects, and the proletarian management of production become a constituent power. La multitud y la guerra by Michael Hardt. It must next be observed, that in laying foundations it is very necessary to study the human passions: Only the multitude through its practical experimentation will offer the models and determine when and how the possible becomes real.
Certainly, there must be a moment when reappropriation [of wealth from capital] and selforganization [of the multitude] reach a threshold and configure a real event. Michael Hardt is an American literary theorist and political philosopher perhaps best known for Empire, written with Antonio Negri and published in Commons Wikiquote Wikisource texts.
New figures of struggle and new subjectivities are produced in the conjecture of events, in the universal nomadism […] They are not posed merely against the imperial system—they are not simply negative forces.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. It has been praised as the “Communist Manifesto of the 21st Century. In their sequel Multitude: Views Read Edit View history.
Books by Michael Hardt. Izetta Autumn marked it as to-read Sep 05, For if the constitution of the dominion, or the public liberty depends only on the weak assistance of the laws, not only will the citizens have no security for its maintenance […], but it will even turn to their ruin.
Cinta marked it as to-read May 31, Thanks for telling us about the problem. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. In the Tractatus Theologico-Politicusfor instance, he acknowledges that the fear of the power potentia of the multitude is the limit of sovereign power potestas: In Empire it is mediated by the concept of Empire the new global constitution that Negri and Hardt describe as a copy of Polybius ‘s description of Roman government:. War and Democracy in the Age of Empire Want to Read saving….
The multitude is a concept of a population that has not entered into a social contract with a sovereign political body, such that individuals retain the capacity for political self-determination. Look up multitude in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Preview — La multitud y la guerra by Michael Hardt. War and Democracy in the Age of Empire, published in Augustdetails the notion, first propounded in Empire, of the multitude as possible locus of a democratic movement of global proportions.
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A multitude typically is classified as a quantity exceeding For Hobbes the multitude was a rabble that needed to enact a social contract with a monarch, thus turning them from a multitude into a people. No trivia or quizzes yet. The third and final part of the trilogy, Commonwealth, appeared in the Fall of This page was last edited on 22 Decemberat Recently the term has returned to prominence as a new model of resistance against global systems of power neri described by political theorists Michael Hardt and Antonio Multitid in their international best-seller Empire and expanded upon in their Multitude: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.