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    Un, deux, trois, quatre, dix mille Althusser ?Yoshihiko Ichida & François Matheron - 2005 - Multitudes 2 (2):167-178.
    “Aleatory materialism” does not merely constitute that which, in an overly linear perspective, one would call the “fourth Althusser”. Even if, in the last decade of his life, Althusser did indeed attempt to construct a “new philosophy”, seen as an alternative to “dialectical materialism”, one should rather perceive, behind the past arguments, so assertive and sharp, advanced by the previous Althusser, something like a discreet practical layer, self-conscious or not, wherein such arguments would have found their true point of anchorage. (...)
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    Le front populaire du risque face à la New Economy.Yoshihiko Ichida - 2002 - Multitudes 1 (1):218-231.
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    La fin de l'histoire : un jeu à trois.Yoshihiko Ichida & Yann Moulier-Boutang - 2003 - Multitudes 3 (3):13-20.
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    Questions d'Empire.Yoshihiko Ichida - 2001 - Multitudes 4 (4):85-89.
    The attack of September 11 verified M Hardt’s and T Negri’s main thesis and by breaking with the politics of nation-state, Empire materializes under our eyes. At the same time however, event leads us to question definitions proposed in their book. It seems that we attend the end of the « small crises» which characterized Empire. And that the current visibility is how a protest against the definition of its essence as « abstract machine ». But the most serious problem (...)
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    La théologie politique japonaise.Yoshihiko Ichida - 2001 - Multitudes 4 (4):63-66.
    Traumatized with the national « blunder » of the Gulf War, the Japanese government tries now to cross a historic threshold: contribution to the war for the « new world order » must not be limited any more to finances, but widened in the military cooperation, which is formally forbidden with the Constitution. A revision of that this is nevertheless unthinkable, because the political tension which would be then created would return the new late Constitution on the situation. Where from (...)
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    Le blues, cette chanson si bruyante.Yoshihiko Ichida - 2007 - Multitudes 1 (1):147-156.
    From Captain Beefheart to Stockhausen, through the Velvet Underground and La Monte Young, this article redefines the « noise continuum » not so much as a transgeneric reality than, more surprisingly, as the emanation of a raucous « ritournelle » anchored in the work songs of the African-American community. Minor shifts in a chord progression, notes held beyond their expected duration, smoking blabbers : the source of noise music is to be located in the gutters of the musical roads built (...)
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    La Politique des Multitudes.Yoshihiko Ichida, Maurizio Lazzarato, François Matheron, Yann Moulier Boutang & Peter Pàl Pelbart - 2002 - Multitudes 2:13-24.
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    Les aventures de la Verkehrung.Yoshihiko Ichida - 2005 - Multitudes 3 (3):91-101.
    “Reversal”, in dialectics, takes place between two things located on the same level of substantiality, while “inversion” participates in a paradoxical ontology where the things to be inverted do not pre-exist the inversion itself. Such is the meaning of an ontological thesis largely shared by today’s Marxism : the primacy of class struggle over classes. While making a clear distinction between the two in The Capital, Jacques Rancière insistently asks whether these two operations can be separated without resorting to “kautskism”, (...)
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    La Politique des Multitudes.Yoshihiko Ichida, Maurizio Lazzarato, François Matheron & Yann Moulier-Boutang - 2002 - Multitudes 9 (2):13.
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    Sur Quelques Vides Ontologiques.Yoshihiko Ichida - 2002 - Multitudes 9 (2):49.
    The ontology of Toni Negri, as political philosophy of the multitude, supposes a very speck relation between philosophy and politics, determined by the non-difference between the two of them, while refusing, at the same time, to make the one proceed from the other, or to médiatise them and to unite them by a third necessity. They unite there only by the univocity of freedom that registers the political-philosophical indeterminacy. Hence the difficulty of making them into a political programme, of «organizing» (...)
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    Descartes politique : Molloy dans la forêt.Yoshihiko Ichida - 2004 - Multitudes 2 (2):191-197.
    Not turned upside down, as Marx did to Hegel, but « inverted » by the mere contact with speaking beings, the Cartesian order of reasons becomes, according to Antonia Birnbaum, a device which generates both the subject and its environment, all at once, determining them as elements of the political - which has however already become « accidental » due to this invention, which exposes the speaking being to the world, and confronts it with the haecceity of the event. Cartesian (...)
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    Circuit monétaire impérial ou capture financière de valeur.Yoshihiko Ichida - 2003 - Multitudes 3 (3):21-31.
    In the epoch of Empire, the American economy is sustained by a global monetary circuit totally different front that of the imperialist period. Whilst the imperialist countries were constituted as « centres » of production, the contemporary US is no longer just a centre of absorption and evacuation of money which necessitates the existence of a financial pump to the outside. In becoming that pump, the Japanese economy became integral to the global market. The imperial monetary circuit also functions as (...)
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