Journals Higher Education



Published: 26 August 2004

144 Pages

8.5 x 5.4 inches

ISBN: 9780719066474

Bookseller Code (06)


Subversive Spinoza

Antonio Negri

Timothy S. Murphy, Michael Hardt, Ted Stolze, and Charles T. Wolfe

Published by Manchester University Press

Angelaki Humanities MUP

  • Extends, clarifies and revises Negri's influential 1981 book, and links this to his recent work on constituent power, time and empire
  • Addresses a range of issues and utilises a variety of styles, from historical reconstruction to a meditation on poetry
  • Negri's profile is high now, as a result of the media attention on his book with Michael Hardt, 'Empire', the sequel to which should appear in 2004
  • Marks a turning point in Spinoza studies, from critical historical studies to the mapping of a future democratic global society

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