Yet not that much some reviews of the new book Multitude. War and Democracy in the age of Empire.. more likely some angles supporting a clearing view on the phanomeneon of Hardt and Negri and their books and ideas ..
…War, Hardt and Negri write, is no longer concerned merely with conventional strategic objectives but with “producing and reproducing all aspects of social life.” What is the “war on drugs,” for example, with its concept of zero tolerance, other than a bid for social control? What is the “war on terrorism,” with its embedded technologies of surveillance, other than a means to discipline civil society? … more