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Biography[ edit ] Virno was born in Naples , but spent his childhood and adolescence in Genoa. He had his first political experiences when joining the social movements of —the association between personal fulfillment and anti-capitalism , typical of the critique artiste of the s, which then constituted one of the key reasons for his political philosophy.
He moved to Rome with his family at the beginning of the s, where he studied philosophy in university. Simultaneously, Virno was involved in the labour movement and campaigned in the organization Potere Operaio , a Marxist group involved in the recruitment and mobilization of industrial workers. Virno participated in the movement, organizing protests and strikes in northern Italian factories, until its dissolution in In Virno presented his doctoral thesis on the concept of work and the theory of consciousness of Theodor Adorno , while actively participating in the movement of , which organized around the precariousness of workers.
The Metropolitan magazine, which he founded along with Oreste Scalzone and Franco Piperno , was revered as the body of the intellectual movement at the time. Two years later, the editorial board of Metropolitan France was jailed on charges of belonging to the Red Brigades.
After being sentenced in to 12 years in prison for "subversive activities and creation of an armed group" though the charges of belonging to the Red Brigades did not materialise , Virno appealed and was released pending trial in the second instance; in he would eventually be acquitted, along with Piperno.
His experience during these years were fed into the organization of the Luogo Comune publication, devoted to the analysis of life forms within postfordism. In Virno left his post as editor of Luogo Comune to teach philosophy at the University of Urbino. In he was invited to talk at the University of Montreal and upon his return he held the chair of philosophy of language , semiotics and ethics of communication at the University of Cosenza Calabria.
He now teaches at the University of Rome. Philosophical work[ edit ] The early works of Virno were directly linked to his political participation, but after years of imprisonment, which along with his fellow prisoners, he conducted intensive studies of philosophy, and his focus on theoretical research has become more ambitious, covering political philosophy , linguistics and the study of mass media.
On the one hand, studies pertaining to philosophy of language have led to the confrontation of the classic themes of philosophy — like the analysis of subjectivity — with the limits imposed under linguistics. On the other hand, Virno has explored the ethical dimension of communication. The juncture of these fields was found to be a materialism that encompasses the processes of language and thought as a working link, keeping in line with the traditions of Theodor Adorno and Alfred Sohn-Rethel , the interrelationship between work, thought, language, society and history is the nexus of its philosophical thought.
The philosophical concepts, however, maintained a close link with theory and action-related policies; notions of "world", "power", "potential" or "history", which have been the focus of many of his works, were in fact conceived in key by Marx. Virno, along with many of his contemporaries such as Antonio Negri , has abandoned and argued against the hegemony of the dialectic tradition in Marxist philosophy.
Virno maintains the status of historical and linguistic concepts as being political- state , sovereignty , obedience , legality , legitimacy , which are accepted in social theory and philosophy as invariant, although polemically are considered to have been invented in the 17th century, with very specific and controversial political objectives. The reinvention of the concepts of society is part of the political task that has been proposed, regarding the concept of exodus — perhaps the best example of this joint,[ clarification needed ] where the personal experiences of emotion are understood as an act of resistance toward established power and status quo.
The assumption by the personality of the flight as a reaction to the social structure. On these lines, Virno has criticized these restrictions as symbolic of the counter-culture movements. Theoria Opportunisme, Cynisme et Peur. Manifestolibri Parole con parole.
Poteri e Limiti del Linguaggio ; Roma: Donzelli.
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