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Ford III, James Edward:
Interrupting the System : Spinoza and Maroon Thought

In: Spinoza's Authority, Volume I : Resistance and Power in the 'Ethics'  / Kordela, A. Kiarina ; Vardoulakis, Dimitris (Hrsg./Eds.). - London (e.a.) : Bloomsbury, 2018: [173]-196.

Literature type: Articles
Language: English
Thematic areas: Miscellaneous
Subject (individuals): Negri, Antonio

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English commentary: Discussion of Antonio Negri's remarks on what Spinoza says about the importance of imagination referring to repressive politics at the example of Caliban and suggestion to replace the latter one by the Maroons.
"Negri's reference to Caliban amounts to an invitation for Spinoza scholars to think of Spinoza at the intersection of philosophy, politics, race and global capitalism... In arguing that the Maroon complements Negri's and Spinoza's work more than Caliban, I stage an encounter between Spinoza scholarship, leftist historiography and critical race studies." (p. 174)

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