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Publications [#345422] of Michael Hardt

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  1. Hardt, M, Exposure: Pasolini in the flesh, in A Shock to Thought: Expression after Deleuze and Guattari (January, 2005), pp. 77-84, ISBN 0203994361 [doi]
    (last updated on 2023/09/23)

    Abandon me! Incarnation is all about abandonment - abandonment to the flesh. Paul writes that in becoming flesh Christ abandoned the form of God; he emptied himself by taking on a limited materiality. This self-emptying is the exposure of the flesh. It is a kind of slavery that appeared to Paul in prison as liberation. What exactly did Christ abandon when he emptied himself? Certainly he did not abandon divinity as such; rather, he emptied the transcendental form and carried divinity into the material. From one perspective this abandoned being might seem precarious, foundationless, cast over the abyss, but really this abandonment testifies instead to the fullness of the surfaces of being.The self-emptying or kenosis of Christ, the evacuation of the transcendental, is the affirmation of the plenitude of the material, the fullness of the flesh.