Someone has provided some useful notes on Chapter 1.2 of Hardt and Negri’s Empire. This is the chapter called “biopolitical production.”
Biopower is a form of power that regulates social life from its interior, following it, interpreting it, absorbing it, and rearticulating it. (23-24) Refers to situation where production and reproduction of life itself is at sake.
I wonder though if Hardt and Negri really get it right.
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