Michael Hardt – The End of Politics as Distraction From The Everyday Exercise of Domination

Hey kids, remember when intellectual figures were hailed for promoting things like The Clash of Civilizations and The End of History, both self-serving ideological distractions, it has turned out  – although it was clear at the time but these intellectuals were part of the Very Serious People club.

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  1. Hardt is quoting almost verbatim, Giorgio Agamben, in the first few minutes of this video. I didn’t get to the end to see if he mentions Agamben, in the context of theories related to states of exception. If he did not credit Agamben for this theory, he absolutely should have.

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