As Aristotle said, “every person is capable to have rich and fruitful lives.” After all, defining this as something that does not equal other things makes it into something purely negative. As seen something as revolution; something purely good can be a thrill, but also that of a nightmare; an economic deal, or even a biological necessity. Something worth fighting for it seems would most prominently be fought for in cities of more global assistance. As said by Hardt, "It makes little sense to me to say revolution can't be made in the United States or revolution can't be made in Europe because everyone is too comfortable- because they have too much to lose, etc. They to have an enormous amount to gain."
Because of this, revolution is impossible without identity politics, or it may be because of identity politics that we find ourselves too “comfortable.” The common link that all correct revolutionary politics is faced share a transformation of identity; “transformation of human nature.” Each individual who alters his or her identity is apart of that of human nature. A stronger termination of identity is what a revolution does, a group with similar identity fighting for a greater cause that most often will be influencing a better world for all of us. For example the peace movement in the 60s, who seek to achieve ideals of ending a particular war.
Human nature is constituted, it is not good nor