Michael Hardt & Antonio Negri: Empire [2003 // 410 p. // translation: Zivan Filippi]

Rare are the philosophical works whose significance transcends the narrow confines of the academic community, and “Empire” is exactly such a book. Since the book was published in the English original, many terms from it have become commonplace slogans and vocabulary in the analysis of our globalized world. Regardless of whether they accept the conclusions from the “Empire” or reject them: the general conclusion is that this is an absolutely unavoidable text for understanding modernity.