Harvard University Press, Oct 1, 2009 - Business & Economics - 434 pages
When Empire appeared in 2000, it defined the political and economic challenges of the era of globalization and, thrillingly, found in them possibilities for new and more democratic forms of social organization. Now, with Commonwealth, Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri conclude the trilogy begun with Empire and continued in Multitude, proposing an ethics of freedom for living in our common world and articulating a possible constitution for our common wealth.
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Review: CommonwealthUser Review - John - Goodreads
The follow-up to Empire replaced the multitude with the common, which H & N see as an alternative to both privatized and public modes of ownership. As with Empire, at some points they offer notable ... Read full review
Review: CommonwealthUser Review - Patric Esh - Goodreads
it's call about love. The only way to make the change. Read full review