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The Journal of Natural and Social Philosophy
this article seeks to trace the origins of contemporary 'post-workerism' in the formulation of concepts of political subjectivity, antagonism and insurrection in tronti and negri. in particular, it tries to excavate the seemingly paradoxical position which postulates the increasing immanence of struggles, as based on the marxian thesis of real subsumption, together with the intensification of the political autonomy or separation of the working class. in order to grasp the political andfatcat:sii5bd2qvngilf2s4fcgd66cui