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  • Labor of Fireby Bruno Gulli

    Temple University Press 2005; US$ 32.95

    In Labor of Fire, Bruno Gullì offers a timely and much needed re-examination of the concept of labor. Distinguishing between "productive labor" (working for money or subsistence) and "living labor" (working for artistic creation), Gullì convincingly argues for a definition of work that recognizes the importance of artistic and social creativity... more...

  • Earthly Plenitudesby Bruno Gulli

    Temple University Press 2009; US$ 30.95

    A fierce critique of productivity and sovereignty in the world of labor and everyday life, Bruno Gullì’s Earthly Plenitudes asks, can labor exist without sovereignty and without capitalism? He introduces the concept of dignity of individuation to prompt a rethinking of categories of political ontology. Dignity of individuation stresses the notion... more...

  • Humanity and the Enemyby Bruno Gullì

    Palgrave Macmillan 2014; US$ 100.00

    The book questions the concept of "the enemy," beginning with Carl Schmitt's famous notion that politics is the relationship of friend and enemy and that humanity is not a political concept. This book deconstructs this notion and views humanity at the center of a type of politics based on ethics. more...

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