Multitude (Hardt, 2000), The Political Subject (Badiou, 2006), Whatever Being(Agamben, 2007) and Being as Being-with (Nancy, 2000); But while theseconcepts and their associated terminology were not developed in directcollaboration all seemed pertain to a common notion: the radical operation of an outward looking togetherness, not based on the summation or fusion of singularities, but on the recognition of a position of immanent plurality fromwhich to investigate the potential of the world (Badiou, 2008) and arecognition of a common truth to which that plurality attested to.But what truth could hold a multitude together in difference? Or precipitate anontological revolution? The answer, according to this dissertation, is Love.Focusing predominantly on the work of Alain Badiou and Antonio Negri Ichoose Love as the subject of this dissertation, because Love, In terms of Badiou’s thesis, proves itself above all others, to be the least privileged formof Evental subjectivisation i.e. in comparison to Art, Science and Politics Lovedoes not depend on training, profession, or circumstance of birth, and cantherefore supplement and subjectivise being in a much more general capacity,regardless of the pre-subjective situation. Relative to this Love has beendefined by Negri’s as the militant technology of the common (Negri, 2003,p.221) and the precondition for all revolutionary transformation.Love as an event operates on a level of relational affective intensity thatinvolves the complete individual, both psychical and physical, in a dynamicprocess of truth activated in the world between multiple subjects, and in thatsense, has the potential to precipitate a complete ontological transformation.