Auteur: Hardt, Michael & Antonio Negri
Sub titel: War and Democracy in the Age of Empire
With the positive spirit and intellectual depth that are the authors' hallmark, Multitude argues that some of the most troubling aspects of the new world order contain the seeds of radical global social transformation. The accelerating integration of economic, political and cultural powers in the world is actually a force for the good. No longer simply the silent, oppressed masses, the world's populations form a fluid and powerful network with the strength to bring about the most radical step in the liberation of humankind since the Industrial Revolution. This multitude, Hardt and Negri tell us, is the key to democracy on a global scale.
2004, 427 pag., Euro 34,5
Penguin, London, ISBN 241142407
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