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Subversive Spinoza
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Acknowledegements Editor's preface Conventions and abbreviationsas I. Spinoza: Five reasons for his contemporaneity II.The 'Political Treatise',or, the foundation of modern democracy III. 'Reliqua desiderantur': A conjecture for a definition of the concept of democracy in the final Spinoza IV. Between infinity and community: Notes on materialism in Spinoza and Leopardi V. Spinoza's anti-modernity VI. The 'return to Spinoza' and the return of communism VII. Democracy and eternity in Spinoza Postface To conclude: Spinoza and the postmoderns

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Antonio Negri is an independent researcher and writer living in Rome. Timothy S. Murphy is Associate Professor of English at the University of Oklahoma. Michael Hardt is Associate Professor in the Literature Program at Duke University. Ted Stolze is Lecturer in Philosophy at California State University, Hayward. Charles T. Wolfe is Professor of Philosophy at Boston University

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"Negri renews our understanding of Spinozism in many regards...he is authentically and profoundly Spinozist."--Gilles Deleuze
"The savage power [of Negri's interpretation] upsets the ordinary frameworks through which we understand a philosophy, and not just Spinoza's--it forces us to re-read from a reverse angle, and in place of that doctrine we thought we knew so well, fixed in the immutable catalog of systems, it leads us to discover a living thought that in fact belongs to history, to our history."--Pierre Macherey

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