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Intolerable Present, The Urgency Of Revolution

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by Maurizio Lazzarato, Ames Hodges

    • Book Format

      Paperback / softback

    • Publisher

      Semiotext (e)

    • Published

      March 2023

    • Weight

      368g

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    Intolerable Present, The Urgency Of Revolution

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    An acute reappraisal for our time of the very concept of revolution.

    In order to be effective, union struggles, struggles for national liberation, worker mutualism, or struggles for emancipation were strategies that were necessarily connected to revolution. Starting from the historic defeat of the global Revolution in the mid-1970s, this book draws a portrait--whose elaboration is still lacking--of the concept of revolution. What conditions could lead us to speak of revolution once again? In The Intolerable Present, the Urgency of Revolution, Maurizio Lazzarato ponders the fundamental importance of the passage from the historical class struggle (the conflict between capital and labor) to the more recent class struggles that open onto plural trajectories: social, sexual, gender, and race struggles. Expanding the notion of class as a rejoinder to the normative appropriation of minority politics, the revolution is returned as the horizon where subjection can be resorbed. In this sense, Marxist, feminist, anticolonial, and postcolonial theories provide the necessary critical tools to understand the relations between classes and minorities, between the global North and the global South, and between the time of revolutions and the eruption of new subjectivities.

    Specification

    • Book Format

      Paperback / softback

    • Publisher

      Semiotext (e)

    • Published

      March 2023

    • Weight

      368g

    • Dimensions

      177 x 114 x 34 mm

    • ISBN

      9781635901818

    • ISBN-10

      1635901812

    • Eden Code

      6168249

    More Information

    • ISBN: 9781635901818

    • Publisher: Semiotext (e)

    • Release Date: March 2023

    • Weight: 368g

    • Dimensions: 177 x 114 x 34 mm

    • Eden Code: 6168249


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