Political Descartes: Reason, Ideology and the Bourgeois Project

Political Descartes Reason Ideology and the Bourgeois Project A classic study of modern philosophy s founder translated into English for the first time

  • Title: Political Descartes: Reason, Ideology and the Bourgeois Project
  • Author: Antonio Negri Matteo Mandarini Alberto Toscano
  • ISBN: 9781844675821
  • Page: 354
  • Format: Paperback
  • A classic study of modern philosophy s founder, translated into English for the first time.

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      Antonio Negri Matteo Mandarini Alberto Toscano

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    1. 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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    1. Antonio Negri writes so much better as a solo author I find most of his work in collaboration with Michael Hardt to be a bit simplistic, but of course, that is what he is most renowned for publishing his Empire, Multitude, and Commonwealth trilogy His work during the 70 s is most fascinating to me and especially the things he wrote while in prison or right before being imprisoned This is one of the most thorough readings of Descartes I have come across, and not really being a Descartes scholar t [...]


    2. I nearly bought this today, with something close to my last ten dollars Paychecks are slow to arrive.It s silver and pretty, it s new, it s Negri, and Descartes.


    3. Negri mobiliza uma quantidade impressionante de refer ncias As notas, nesse livro, formam uma esp cie de segundo texto e s o particularmente teis aos interessados em se aprofundar no cartesianismo, a partir de diversos pontos de vista filos fico, hist rico, cultural, liter rio, etc Tanto a an lise da hist ria cultural e pol tica da Europa do XVII, quanto as teses de diversos autores Guez de Balzac, Mersenne, Gassendi, Galileu e Vanini, para citar alguns apoiam suas posi es Quando se trata de Des [...]


    4. Negri is an alarmingly lame philosopher, but a disarmingly sincere radical, which causes skeptical eyes to look his way, and become, at once, annoyed and enad of him This is, however, a general reaction one might have to the entire Marxist tradition, which refuses to see philosophers as in any way talking about what they want to talk about, but rather as talking incidentally about what they re not talking about At least, that s Negri s thesis that Descartes, obviously in love with the bourgeoisi [...]


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