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This bibliography presents a list of reference articles and books cited for the book Plural Temporality: Transindividuality and the Aleatory Between Spinoza and Althusser. The book demonstrates that the conception of violence found in Marx's famous sentence is commanded by a Hegelian conceptual syntax whose logical structure can be detailed in two fundamental chapters of Hegel's Science of Logic as well as in the historical dialectic found in some decisive passages from Hegel's philosophy of right and his philosophy of history.

Keywords: conception of violence; Hegel's Science of Logic; Hegelian conceptual syntax; Marx

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