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  • empire

    empire
    2001

    slavoj zizek,: after reading empire, one cannot escape the impression that if this book were not written, it would have to be invented. what hardt and negri offer is nothing less than a rewriting of the communist manifesto for our time: empire conclusively demonstrates how global capitalism generates antagonisms that will finally explode its form. this book rings the death-bell not only for the complacent liberal advocates of the ‘end of history,’ but also for pseudo-radical cultural studies which avoid the full confrontation with today’s capitalism.

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