In Praise of the Common is the most complete review of Antonio Negri’s work ever published, detailing for the first time the genealogy of his concepts. This is at once a book by Negri and on Negri and presents, for the first time in English, a major essay by him on the “monster” as a political figure in the history of Western thought.
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