Articles tagged “G. W. F. Hegel”

dbbookcoverSummary: Philip Walden’s review of David Black’s Philosophical Roots of Anti-Capitalism: Essays on History, Culture, and Dialectical Thought in Marx & Philosophy Review of Books, and Black’s response — Editors

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althusser_160x220_tSummary: Althusser’s structuralist Marxism is critiqued both in terms of his theory of ideological superstructures and his interpretation of Marx as an anti-humanist, anti-Hegelian. This essay originally appeared in Logos, Spring 2014  – Editors

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Manchester-Shanghai Forum2Summary: These articles are selected from the proceedings of the Second Sino-British Marxist Aesthetics Forum, held at the University of Manchester, April 2012, which was dedicated to the topic, “Marxism and Humanism.” They offer a window into contemporary philosophical discussions on humanism in China and internationally. The English versions of the papers by Wang Jie and Zhu Liyuan were established by the Central Translation Bureau, Beijing — Editors

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51TYt2FoHwL._SY344_BO1,204,203,200_Summary: Three reviews of Peter Hudis’s new book Marx’s Concept of the Alternative to Capitalism – Editors

 

 

 

 

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image001Summary: Out To Lunch: Ben Watson is host of weekly radio show Late Lunch With Out To Lunch on Resonance FM: London’s Arts Station. He is also author of Adorno For Revolutionaries. The following article first appeared on the website Unkant — Editors

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l129e206Summary: David Black’s riff on Hegel took place at a fringe meeting of the Association of Musical Marxists during the Marxism 2013 conference in London in July. It was first published on the AMM website on August 6, 2013. A video is also available, HERE  – Editors

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phmnSummary: Marilyn Nissim-Sabat and Peter Hudis of the International Marxist-Humanist Organization presented a workshop at the fifth annual international convention of the Platypus Affiliated Society, held at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Speakers from various perspectives were asked to bring their experience of the Left’s recent history to bear on today’s political possibilities and challenges as part of the “Differing Perspectives on the Left” workshop series (81 mins.) — Editors

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Summary: Review of Kevin B. Anderson and Russell Rockwell, eds, The Dunayevskaya–Marcuse–Fromm Correspondence, 1954–1978: Dialogues on Hegel, Marx and Critical Theory, Lexington Books, Lanham MD and Plymouth, 2012, 269 pp., £49.95/$80 hb., £21.95/$34.99 pb., 978 0 73916 835 6 hb., 978 0 73916 836 3 pb.  Review was first published in Association of Musical Marxists. Originally written for  Radical Philosophy No.178  (March/April 2013) – Editors

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Michel Foucault

Michel Foucault

Summary:  The concept of specific forms of resistance, rooted in Foucault, has come to the fore in radical thought, replacing earlier concepts of emancipation rooted in abstract universals (Marcuse), but at a tremendous cost. Marx’s emancipatory but concrete dialectic of class and ethnicity goes beyond both of these one-sided perspectives. Originally appeared in Logos: A Journal of Modern Society and Culture 12:1 (Winter 2013)  – Editors

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sohn-rethelWas the birth of philosophy in Ancient Greece a reflex and projection of the generic forms of capitalist exploitation, such as exchange-value, money and the commodity-form? Did commodity fetishism and reification exist in Antiquity or are they historically specific to capitalism? If the entire history of philosophy is branded with class-exploitation, is the Hegelian dialectic redundant in critical theory? David Black, introducing one of the themes of his forthcoming book, The Philosophical Roots of Anti-Capitalism, evaluates Alfred Sohn-Rethel’s “anti-philosophical” critique of capitalism–Editors (Image: spiritisabone.files.wordpress.com)

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