The subject of Power: Callicles, Nietzsche, Negri

In this study it is left free to be unfolded this kind of philosophical thought that has stubbornly denied to be enlisted into the framed area of monotonous misinterpretation, of the long aged silence or of the almost furious condemnation as far as it concerns the praxis (and the concept) of the subject of power. Absolutely on the contrary: this same philosophical thought, having accepted as indispensable prerequisite of freedom and of creation, the activity (praxis) of the subject of power, is opened to the horizon of discourse concerning this subject, focusing its eye-sight to the three, perhaps most ‘notorious’ figures of history of philosophy: Callicles, Nietzsche and Negri.

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