Antonio Negri


Born
in Padua, Italy
August 01, 1933

Genre

Influences
Marxism


Antonio Negri is an Italian Marxist sociologist and political philosopher, best known for his co-authorship of Empire, and secondarily for his work on Spinoza.

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Time for Revolution

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Goodbye Mr. Socialism

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Art and Multitude: Nine Let...

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Political Descartes: Reason...

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Politics of Subversion

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“Throughout the world what remains of the vast public spaces are now only the stuff of legends: Robin Hood’s forest, the Great Plains of the Amerindians, the steppes of the nomadic tribes, and so forth… Rousseau said that the first person who wanted a piece of nature as his or her own exclusive possession and transformed it into the transcendent form of private property was the one who invented evil. Good, on the contrary, is what is common.”
Antonio Negri Michael Hardt, Impero

“Why do you accept being treated like an inmate?”
Antonio Negri, Declaration

“- ما يتجلى هنا ليس منطقا جديدا بل سيناريو جديد لأفعال عقلانية مختلفة، أفق نشاطات ومقاومات وإرادات ورغبات ترفض نظام الهيمنة، وتقترح مخارج هروب، وتجترح مسارات تأسيس بديلة. وهذا الأساس الحقيقي القابل للنقد يمثل المرجع الوجودي الحقيقي للفلسفة، أو الحقل المناسب حقا لإحدى فلسفات التحرير. ولا يلبث هذا الموقف أن يقطع صلته منهجيا مع كل فلسفة للتاريخ بمقدار ما يرفض أي فهم حتموي جبري لتطور التاريخ وأي احتفال "عقلاني" بالنتيجة. إنه يبين ،على النقيض من ذلك، كيف يكون الحدث التاريخي كامنا في الإحتمال...
- ليست الفلسفة بومة منيرفا التي تحلق بعد تحقق التاريخ احتفالا بنهايته السعيدة، بل تبقى الفلسفة،بالأحرى، طرحا ذاتيا، رغبة، ونظرية مستمدة من الممارسة العملية ويجري تطبيقها على الحدث”
Antonio Negri, Empire



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