READ BOOK Ú This is Not a Program - by Tiqqun #2020


  • Title: This is Not a Program
  • Author: Tiqqun
  • ISBN: 9781584350972
  • Page: 355
  • Format: Paperback

  • This is Not a Program By Tiqqun Title This is Not a Program Binding Paperback Author Tiqqun Publisher University Press Group Ltd
    Tiqqun
    Tiqqun Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the This is Not a Program book, this is one of the most wanted Tiqqun author readers around the world.

    This is Not a Program By Tiqqun

    Commentaires:

    Zoe
    This was the first Tiqqun book I read and kind of got it There are two texts in here This is Not a Program and A Science of Apparatuses The first is historical and elaborates Tiqqun s concept of civil war as well as using a real historical situation in the 70s in Italy to discuss what goes wrong and prevents revolution It also contains arguments against the left Obviously there is to it than that The second text draws heavily from What is an Apparatus by Agamben and you should definitely read t [...]

    6655321
    you know when you read something, and you are young and you are like THIS IS THE BEST EVER thats sort of how i feel about my relationship to Tiqqun 3 years after i first read TCI like, i m probably better off being like woo thanks for the memories lets never call each other

    Rui Coelho
    This may not be a program, but it is worth your time Unlike most Tiqqun texts which focus on a specific concept civil war, terrible community, young girl , this book provides a relatively comprehensive overview of the authors worldview It covers the key concepts empire, invisible party, social war and the relations among them.It is also Tiqqun s most focused on apparatus text It is really helpful to read it alongside Agamben s what is an apparatus.Italian Autonomy makes many appearances througho [...]

    Tyler
    h8rz gon h8

    Sean A.
    This book is technically like two separate texts in one These are called This is Not a Program and A Science of Apparatuses I ve only read the first text out of this book so far, so, obviously, that is what I will address here This is Not a Program uses a lot of the theory heavy quasi militant language of the other tiqqun works theory of bloom , intro to civil war and the tiqqun related but invisible committee credited and glen beck shouted out the coming insurrection , but this time especially [...]

    Sylvain Bérubé
    Il n y a pas d identit r volutionnaire Sous l Empire, c est au contraire la non identit , le fait de trahir constamment les pr dicats qu on nous colle, qui est r volutionnaire Des sujets r volutionnaires , il n y en a plus depuis longtemps que pour le pouvoir, Devenir quelconques, devenir imperceptibles, conspirer, cela veut dire distinguer entre notre pr sence et ce que nous sommes pour la repr sentation, afin d en jouer Dans la mesure exacte o l Empire s unifie, o la nouvelle configuration des [...]

    Ty
    I don t agree with everything Tiqqun says, but I love the way they say it It s a style that makes reading much useful than typical academic language where so much time is spent parsing the argument With academic language, after traveling through the dry desert of the text, do you really have energy left over to apply the ideas to your life The first book covers Autonomia in 70 s Italy, and it is good even if it doesn t contribute anything new The second book is also good and deals with apparatu [...]

    Mari
    Great read A tad sophisticated, though I feel I got most of what it was conveying as a message I would try and share my pece, though sometimes one must keep their tongue silenced from Empire This would be of a conversation amongst friends and family that one would consider allies and open minded of what needs to be done to go against the norm or to be with the flow of the norm yet still fight against it without making one be noticed If anyone gets this, well awesome, we are all not suppressed b [...]

    Roger Green
    This book contains two powerful essays The first relies quite a bit on political and historical knowledge of Italy in the 1970s and to a lesser extent France in the 1960s Nevertheless, the language resonates even for the situation in the United States in 2017 This is particularly a powerful comparative critique in the second essay, which was the founding act for the Society for the Advancement of Criminal Science.

    pplofgod
    A worthwhile text to read, at least the first part, that is The main problem with this text is the notion that somehow becoming a non subject is revolutionary by itself Yes, it may be But what it fails to take into account is the fact that Empire, secularism, liberalism, capitalism, whatever you want to call it, already produces certain subjects which are imperceptiable It seems as if becoming imperceptiable is only a tactic And not the only one either In my opinion at least.

    Rhys
    You are so sly, Tiqqun that was a program All armed prophets have conquered, and unarmed ones fail Gopal Balakrishnan p.121 On the contrary, we have to start from the simple fact that our struggle is criminal from the outset and behave accordingly p.131.

    McKenzie Wark
    Flirts dangerously with the idea of violence Contains caustic remarks on Negri and the Multitudes group in Paris I actually thought the second, shorter text was interesting A critique of Marx on fetishism, towards a practice of the invention of forms of life.

    Tida Wilson
    This is not a review.

    Yupa
    Tiqqun s text titled A Critical Metaphysics Could Be Born as a Science of Apparatuses is actually the clearest and most understandable introduction to their ideas Who woulda thunk

    Mark
    YES

    River
    The first essay This is not a Program is a good introduction to Tiqqun and their perspective.

    Kimberly Curette
    nice word play

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