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Abstract Commonwealth is the third book co-authored by Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri. As with the previous two books, Empire and Multitude, the task of this book is to both critique the present order and provide the concepts for a radical transformation of that order. This review examines how this third, and final book in the series, changes the argument of the other two, specifically examining the rôle that the concept of the common plays in restructuring the idea of critique, politics, and political economy.

Affiliations: 1: University of Southern Maine Jason.Read@maine.edu

Abstract Commonwealth is the third book co-authored by Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri. As with the previous two books, Empire and Multitude, the task of this book is to both critique the present order and provide the concepts for a radical transformation of that order. This review examines how this third, and final book in the series, changes the argument of the other two, specifically examining the rôle that the concept of the common plays in restructuring the idea of critique, politics, and political economy.

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1. Casarino Cesare , Negri Antonio In Praise of the Common: A Conversation on Philosophy and Politics 2008 Minneapolis University of Minnesota Press
2. De Angelis Massimo The Beginning of History: Value Struggles and Global Capital 2007 London Pluto Press
3. Foucault Michel Smith A.M. Sheridan The Archaeology of Knowledge 1972, [1969] London Tavistock Publications
4. Hardt Michael "‘The Common in Communism’" Rethinking Marxism 2010 Vol 22 3 346 356 http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08935696.2010.490365
5. Hardt Michael , Negri Antonio Empire 2000 Cambridge, MA. Harvard University Press
6. Hardt Michael , Negri Antonio Multitude: War and Democracy in the Age of Empire 2004 New York Palgrave
7. Hardt Michael , Negri Antonio Commonwealth 2009 Cambridge, MA. Harvard University Press
8. Negri Antonio Inventer le commun des hommes 2010 Paris Bayard
9. Pasquinelli Matteo Animal Spirits: A Bestiary of the Commons 2008 Amsterdam NAI
10. Toscano Alberto Chiesa Lorenzo , Toscano Alberto "‘Chronicles of Insurrection: Tronti, Negri, and the Subject of Antagonism’" The Italian Difference 2009 Melbourne Re-Press
11. Toscano Alberto Fanaticism: On the Uses of an Idea 2010 London Verso
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