1. Research Library

        Empire (2000)

        Michael Hardt and Antoni Negri

        Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press 2001

        ISBN 0674006712

      1. A polemical treatise on the need for a new kind of political movement of the ‘multitude,’ a biopolitical struggle, to fight the forces of ‘Empire’-the power of global capital that today goes far beyond that of traditional nation-states. The book received enormous critical attention when it was released, and was adopted as a kind of manifesto for the anti-globalization movement. See in particular ‘The Dialectics of Colonial Sovereignty,’ ‘Symptoms of Passage’ (on post-colonialism), ‘Capitalist Sovereignty,’ and ‘The Multitude Against Empire.’