A key figure in the Italian Autonomia Movement reads Marxs Grndrisse, developing the critical and controversial theoretical apparatus that informs the zero-work strategy and other elements so crucial to this new and heretical tendency in Marxist theory. A challenge to both capitalist and socialist apologists for waged slavery.
Paperback, 248 pages
May 1st 1992
(first published 1984)
This is one of the best books concerning Workerism. It gets back to the source of its origins in Marx's Grundrisse. To understand the *Empire* trilogy, a detour through Negri's early work is very helpful.
A very detailed explication on Marx's Grundrisse. It is too focused on class at times, and it is not the most exciting read, but it does highlight ideas in Marx's notes from a perspective I would not likely consider.