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    b3kat_BV042672164
    Format: 263 S.
    ISBN: 9781584350941
    Series Statement: Seminotext(e) foreign agents series
    Uniform Title: Quando il verbo si fa carne
    Note: Translation of: Quando il verbo si fa carne. - "Originally published in Italian in 2002, 'When the word becomes flesh' provides a compelling contribution to the understanding of language and its relation to human nature and social relationships. Adopting Aristotle's definition of the human being as a linguistic and political animal, Paolo Virno frames the act of speech as a foundational philosophical issue - an act that in its purely performative essence ultimately determines our ability to pass from the state of possibility to one of actuality: that is, from the power to act to action itself."--Page 4 of cover , Includes bibliographical references , Part one: the act of speaking -- The speaker as performing artist -- The absolute performative -- The repetition of anthropogenesis -- Part two: toward a critic of interiority -- Second-degree sensualism: a physiognomic project -- In praise of reification -- Part three: from the beginning and right now -- Natural history -- The multitude and the principle of individuation -- Appendix: Wittgenstein and the question of atheism
    Language: English
    Subjects: Philosophy
    RVK:
    Keywords: Sprachphilosophie ; Mensch ; Sprache
    Author information: Virno, Paolo 1952-
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