Dai beni comuni al comune. Diritto, Stato e storia

Luca Nivarra, Ennio Mineo, Marco Fioravanti

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This article – which examines the volume by Pierre Dardot and Christian Laval, Commun – intends to work out the meanings, including their historical background, which pertain to a crucial discursive field in today’s political debate: those of the terms common /commons. The goal, following Dardot and Laval multifold proposal, is to understand how to overcome the evident indeterminacy of a word such as commun. The critical analysis of the extremely complex, and frequently fuzzy, genealogies of common /commons is a fundamental step in this intellectual program, indeed a precondition for the elaboration of a convincing conceptual tool. This concept is interpreted, following the perspective outlined by the Authors and now at the heart of the debate, as a principle of self-government (to be introduced in all spheres of social life), based, fully in accordance with the demand for radical democracy, on the conflicting practices which create new institutions.
Lingua originaleItalian
pagine (da-a)89-114
Numero di pagine26
RivistaStoria del Pensiero Politico
Stato di pubblicazionePublished - 2016

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Philosophy
  • Sociology and Political Science
  • History

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Dai beni comuni al comune. Diritto, Stato e storia. / Nivarra, Luca; Mineo, Ennio; Fioravanti, Marco.

In: Storia del Pensiero Politico, 2016, pag. 89-114.

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