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Title: Wielość: produkcja wspólnotowości
Other Titles: Multitude: production of the common
Authors: Ratajczak, Mikołaj
Keywords: multitude
Foucault
immaterial labor
Virno
Lazzarato
biopolitics
production of subjectivity
Negri
Hardt
immanence of net
globalization
empire
society of control
deconstruction
deterritorialization
composition of labor class
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Międzywydziałowa „Pracownia Pytań Granicznych” UAM
Citation: Praktyka Teoretyczna 2010, nr 1, s. 159-188.
Abstract: The paper is an attempt to reconstruct the notion of multitude which appears in the work of Antonio Negri, Michael Hardt and Paolo Virno. Multitude refers to the emergence of a new social subject, substantially different from the known historical formulations (nation, people, class). The notion is analyzed both in the context of the classical political philosophy and the changes in the modes of production occuring in the western societies - transition from the material to immaterial labor, which consists of producing relations between social singularities. The genealogical perspective will be therefore supplemented by the analysis of the biopolitical constituion of the multitude and both perspectives will show the exigency to deconstruct numerous notions of the traditional philosophy.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10593/11444
ISSN: 2081-8130
Appears in Collections:Praktyka Teoretyczna 2010, nr 1

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