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Department
History
Course
HIS330H5
Professor
Kevin P.Coleman
Semester
Winter

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Multitude. Last lecture before BM visit -Multitude: “an insurgent subject with the capacity for full autonomy” it forms the constituent power. Individuals whom remain ind. and have the power of autonomy get a form of constituent power -Bm uses points to argues his points -when going thru the conclusion he lists of a bunch of cases and examples. This really ties everything in together. These examples are not lmited to the conclusion. We saw Peron (Argentina) in the early chapter. The early chapters should be referred to for more details about the case studies and referring to the conclsion on the connection with Multitude, affect, and habit -the ex
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