Communists like us: new spaces of liberty, new lines of by Félix Guattari, Antonio Negri

Communists like us: new spaces of liberty, new lines of by Félix Guattari, Antonio Negri

By Félix Guattari, Antonio Negri

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Although the questions relating to the preparation of the abstract and non-mate­ rial labor force remained lateral in relation to the factory labor force, the student move­ ments made them central in the same way as the new needs which the theoretical and aes­ thetic imagination proposed. experience, which did not close back on itself or "conclude," but which opened out onto further struggles, the prolif­ eration of processes of collective singulari­ zation and the infinitely differentiated phy­ lum of their ongoing transformation.

Political universality cannot therefore be developed through a dialectic of ally/en­ emy as the reactionary Jacobin tradition com­ petitively prescribes. Truth "with a universal meaning" is constituted by the discovery of the friend in its singularity, of the other in its irreducible heterogeneity, of the interdepend­ ent community in the respect for its appro­ priate values and ends. This is the "method" and the "logic" of the marginalities which are thus the exemplary sign of a political innovation corresponding to the revolution­ ary transformations called forth by the cur­ rent productive arrangements.

A. R .. In the long term, therefore: com­ plementarity and complicity in order to as­ sure a common domination on a world scale over the division of labor and its exploita­ tion. And it is precisely on this scale that the "civilizing mission" of capital has dem­ onstrated the extent of its ferociousness and its absurdity. On that scale, poverty, margi- 64 FELIX GuAITARI & ToNI NEGRI nalization, extermination, and genocide are revealed to be the ultimate consequences of a mode of production which set itself up in a till-now peaceful symbiosis with the struggles of the working class of the metropolitan coun­ tries.

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