By Bruno Gulli

ISBN-10: 1592139795

ISBN-13: 9781592139798

A fierce critique of productiveness and sovereignty on the earth of work and lifestyle, Bruno Gulli's "Earthly Plenitudes" asks, Can exertions exist with out sovereignty and with out capitalism? He introduces the idea that of dignity of individuation to instructed a rethinking of different types of political ontology. Dignity of individuation stresses the thought that the honor of every and any one being lies in its being individuated as such; dignity is the irreducible and such a lot crucial personality of any being. Singularity is a extra common caliber. Gulli first experiences techniques to sovereignty by way of philosophers as different as Gottfried Leibniz and Georges Bataille, after which seems at concrete examples the place the alliance of sovereignty and capital cracks below the efficiency of dwelling hard work. He examines contingent educational exertions to illustrate of the super-exploitation of work, which has turn into a world phenomenon, and as such, a transparent chance to the sovereign good judgment of capital. Gulli additionally appears to be like at incapacity to say new degree of humanity can in simple terms be stumbled on open air the schemes of sovereignty, productiveness, potency, and independence, via care and taking care of others, in harmony and interdependence.

Show description

Read or Download Earthly Plenitudes: A Study on Sovereignty and Labor PDF

Best labor & industrial relations books

Older Workers in a Globalizing World: An International by Dirk Hofacker PDF

This well timed ebook investigates the expansion of the early retirement pattern and its various unfold between assorted teams of older employees in fourteen sleek societies. It argues for a differentiated political method of opposite early retirement, which is dependent upon either pension and employability rules for older employees.

Download PDF by David Northrup: Indentured Labor in the Age of Imperialism, 1834-1922

The indentured labour exchange was once all started to interchange freed slaves on sugar plantations in British colonies within the 1830s, yet accelerated to many different destinations all over the world. this is often the 1st survey of the worldwide circulation of indentured migrants from Africa that constructed after the top of the slave exchange and persevered until eventually presently after the 1st international battle.

Download PDF by Simon Partner: Assembled in Japan: Electrical Goods and the Making of the

Assembled in Japan investigates one of many nice good fortune tales of the 20 th century: the increase of the japanese electronics undefined. opposite to mainstream interpretation, Simon companion discovers that at the back of the meteoric upward push of Sony, Matsushita, Toshiba, and different electric items businesses was once neither the iron hand of Japan's Ministry of overseas alternate and nor a government-sponsored export-led development coverage, yet quite an explosion of family purchaser call for that started within the Nineteen Fifties.

Additional resources for Earthly Plenitudes: A Study on Sovereignty and Labor

Sample text

Thus, it might be good to make the universalizing moment explicit and stronger and stay at the level of the process, rather than close it with a finished product having the air of absoluteness. In this sense, I would propose Robert McRuer’s immensely fruitful concept of “temporary or contingent universalization,” which would replace what he calls “a banal, humanistic universalization” (2006: 157). I refer again to McRuer’s work on disability and queerness more extensively in Chapter 5, but this concept can be extracted at this point and used in a perhaps wider sense than McRuer himself might intend.

66). In one word, subsidiarity is care. Carrozza is interested in the application of the principle of subsidiarity to international law and, particularly, to the question of human rights. What is important is that in international law subsidiarity can be understood to be a conceptual alternative to the comparatively empty and unhelpful idea of state sovereignty. (p.

From the language of Christianity we are back, conceptually, to Aristotle and post-Aristotelian philosophy. On the one hand, we have universal love; on the other, the idea that the good life is the result of our choices, of habit. But how do love and happiness relate to each other? According to Leibniz : Love . . signifies rejoicing in the happiness of another, or, what is the same thing, converting the happiness of another into one’s own. ) In the short piece called “Felicity,” Leibniz says: “To love is to find pleasure in the perfection of another” (p.

Download PDF sample

Earthly Plenitudes: A Study on Sovereignty and Labor by Bruno Gulli

by James

Rated 4.46 of 5 – based on 41 votes