The Marxist Review

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World Marxist Review

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The Marxist Review

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The Marxist Review

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World Marxist Review

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British Marxist Criticism

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Description : British Marxist Criticism provides selective but extensive annotated bibliographies, introductory essays, and important pieces of work from each of eight British critics who sought to explain literary production according to the principles of Marxism.


Marxist Left Review 21

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Description : Issue 21 of the Marxist Left Review surveys some of the key moments in the history of the left: with pieces on the Paris Commune, the origins of the Communist Party of Australia, and a look at the origins of Indigenous oppression and resistance today. The full list of articles is: Pandemic politics: 2020 in hindsight, and a perspective on 2021, by Omar Hassan Celebrating the Paris Commune of 1871: "Glorious harbinger of a new society", by Sandra Bloodworth Capitalism, colonialism and class: A Marxist explanation of Indigenous oppression today, by Jordan Humphreys Between syndicalism and reformism: Founding the Communist Party of Australia, by Mick Armstrong Reds at the blackboard: Militancy in the teacher unions, by Tess Lee Ack Economic crises are unavoidable under capitalism, by Rick Kuhn From rising tide to Govett's Leap: The socialist life of Gordon Childe, by Terry Irving Review: Gordon Childe and the fatal lure of politics, by Liz Ross Review: The real history of WWI, by Ryan Stanton Review: Radical Australian trade unionism, by Diane Fieldes Review: The making of Australia's security state, by Emma Norton Review: Victor Serge's final words, by Ian Birchall


World Marxist Review

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World Marxist Review

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Considerations On Western Marxism

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Description : This synoptic essay considers the nature and evolution of the Marxist theory that developed in Western Europe, after the defeat of the proletarian rebellions in the West and the isolation of the Russian Revolution in the East in the early 1920s. It focuses particularly on the work of Lukács, Korsch and Gramsci; Adorno, Marcuse and Benjamin; Sartre and Althusser; and Della Volpe and Colletti, together with other figures within Western Marxism from 1920 to 1975. The theoretical production of each of these thinkers is related simultaneously to the practical fate of working-class struggles and to the cultural mutations of bourgeois thought in their time. The philosophical antecedents of the various school within this tradition--Lukácsian, Gramscian, Frankfurt, Sartrean, Althusserian and Della Volpean--are compared, and the specific innovations of their respective systems surveyed. The structural unity of 'Western Marxism', beyond the diversity of its individual thinkers, is then assessed, in a balance-sheet that contrasts its heritage with the tradition of 'classical' Marxism that preceded it, and with the commanding problems which will confront any historical materialism to succeed it.


Reflections On The Marxist Theory Of History

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Description : This volume offers a defence of the study of history against traditional empiricism and the relativism of postmodern historiography. It discusses the relationship between Marx and Engels' theory of history, their methodology and their politics.


Against The Market

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Description : In this innovative book, David McNally develops a powerful critique of market socialism, by tracing it back to its roots in early political economy. He ranges from Adam Smith's attempt to reconcile moral philosophy with market economics to Malthus's reformulation of Smith's political economy which made it possible to justify poverty as a moral necessity. Smith's economic theory was also the source of an attempt to construct a critique of capitalism derived from his conception of free and equal exchange governed by natural price. This Smithian forerunner of today's market socialism sought to reform the market without abolishing the social relations on which it was based. McNally explores this tradition sympathetically, but exposes its fatal flaws. The book concludes with an incisive consideration of efforts by writers such as Alec Nove to construct a “feasible” model of market socialism. McNally shows these efforts are still plagued by the failure of early Smithian socialism to come to grips with the social foundations of the market, the commodification of labor-power which is the key to market regulation of the economy. The results, he argues, are neither socialist nor workable.


Marxism And Literary Criticism

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Description : Is Marx relevant any more? Why should we care what he wrote? What difference could it make to our reading of literature? Terry Eagleton, one of the foremost critics of our generation, has some answers in this wonderfully clear and readable analysis. Sharp and concise, it is, without doubt, the most important work on literary criticism that has emerged out of the tradition of Marxist philosophy and social theory since the nineteenth century.


Ecology Against Capitalism

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Description : In recent years John Bellamy Foster has emerged as a leading theorist of the Marxist perspective on ecology. His seminal book Marx's Ecology (Monthly Review Press, 2000) discusses the place of ecological issues within the intellectual history of Marxism and on the philosophical foundations of a Marxist ecology, and has become a major point of reference in ecological debates. This historical and philosophical focus is now supplemented by more directly political engagement in his new book, Ecology against Capitalism. In a broad-ranging treatment of contemporary ecological politics, Foster deals with such issues as pollution, sustainable development, technological responses to environmental crisis, population growth, soil fertility, the preservation of ancient forests, and the "new economy" of the Internet age. Foster's introduction sets out the unifying themes of these essays enabling the reader to draw from them a consolidated approach to a rapidly-expanding field of debate which is of critical importance in our times. Within these debates on the politics of ecology, Foster's work develops an important and distinctive perspective. Where many of these debates assume a basic divergence of "red" and "green" issues, and are concerned with the exact terms of a trade-off between them, Foster argues that Marxismproperly understoodalready provides the framework within which ecological questions are best approached. This perspective is advanced here in accessible and concrete form, taking account of the major positions in contemporary ecological debate.


The Meaning Of Marxism

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Description : “In [D’Amato’s] able hands, Marxist politics come alive and leap before us, pointing a way toward a better world. It’s a knockout.”—Dave Zirin, author of What’s My Name, Fool?: Sports and Resistance in the United States In this lively and accessible introduction to the ideas of Karl Marx, with historical and contemporary examples, D’Amato argues that Marx’s ideas of globalization, oppression, and social change are more important than ever. Paul D’Amato is the associate editor of the International Socialist Review. His writing has appeared in CounterPunch, Socialist Worker, and SelvesandOthers.org. He is an activist based in Chicago.


Marxist Left Review 20

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Marxist Review

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European Marxist Review May 1968

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Rethinking Marxism

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Rational Choice Marxism

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Description : Rational choice Marxism began with promises of clarity and rigour in the construction of historical explanations and social theories. Later it took a 'political turn' in addressing issues of class and production, and the prospects for electoral socialism. Rational Choice Marxism moves from founding classics -Erik Olin Wright's 'What is Analytical Marxism?' and Alan Carling's spirited challenge to the Marxist establishment -- to the critical responses detailed by Ellen Meiksins Weod and Michael Burawoy in previously uncollected debates from New Left Review and Socialist Review. In 'Class, Production and Politics' Adam Przeworski puts rational choice methodology to work on the problem of contemporary electoral socialism. The collection contains critical response's to this from Desmond King and Mark Wickham-Jones ('Social Democracy and Rational Choic~ Marxism'), and Michael Goldfield and Alan Gilbert ('The Limits of Rational Choice Theory'). Mark Warren writes definitively about 'Marx and Methodological Individualism', and Alan Carling tries to put rational choice Marxism and postmodern feminism into 'A More Meaningful Incomprehension'. In their introduction the editors argue that the clarity and rigour originally promised by the rational choice Marxists were never in fact achieved, but that rational choice Marxism has considerably enhanced the theoretical treatment of class and production in a world of commodification and difference.


British Marxist Criticism

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Description : British Marxist Criticism provides selective but extensive annotated bibliographies, introductory essays, and important pieces of work from each of eight British critics who sought to explain literary production according to the principles of Marxism.


Marxist Review

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Peking Review

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Criticism And Ideology

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Description : A new edition of a classic treatise on literary theory seeks to develop a sophisticated relationship between Marxism and literary criticism, evaluating the key works of such figures as Lenin, Trostsky, and Sartre as well as canonical writers including Charles Dickens and T. S. Eliot to demonstrate how ideology can play a productive and subversive role in literature. Reprint.


Class Power And The State In Capitalist Society

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Description : This collection of new essays re-examines and evaluates central themes in the work of Ralph Miliband, a leading contributor to Marxist political theory in twentieth century. It provides an essential reference point for research within the Marxist tradition, and a valuable resource for students on a range of courses in political and social theory.


Marxist Left Review 19

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Description : Issue 19 of the Marxist Left Review has three major themes: the return of revolutionary protests to the world stage; responding to the climate crisis; and debates on the left regarding reformism and electoral strategy. The full list of articles is: Resisting barbarism: Contours of a global rebellion by Omar Hassan Is the world economy on the verge of a new recession? by Tom Bramble From revolutionary possibility to fascist defeat: The French Popular Front of 1936-38 by Sandra Bloodworth We've been down this road before: Jesse Jackson, the Democrats and the left by Nick Everett New movement, new debates: The contested politics of climate change by Sarah Garnham Fueled by coal: Piercing the mirage of a sustainable capitalist Australia by Catarina Da Silva Interview: Gilbert Achcar on the undying revolutions in the Middle East and North Africa Interview: Isabelle Garo on Marx's strategic thought and the spirit of revolt Review: Workers' anti-war resistance in Japan by Shomi Yoon Review: The politics of the Indonesian union movement by Ben Reid


A Review On Marxist And Left Debates

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Description : The views on Marxism in this book reflect foreign left-wing scholars, Marxists and socialist researchers' attitudes towards the new social and political issues in today's world. This book is a subproject of the "211 Project" in the "10th Five-year Plan" period. It was undertaken by the School of Marxism Studies, Renmin University of China. This subproject was completed by a team. The division of their work is as follows: Duan Zhongqiao: "The Exploitation Theory of John E. Roemer" and "Studies on Socialism and Democratic Politics"; Zhou Xincheng: "Capitalist Crisis Theory by Ecological Marxism"; Zeng Zhisheng: Preface, "Studies on Future Socialism," "Baudrillard's Critique on Marxist Economics," "Issues about Post-modern Feminism and Marxism" and "Issues of Modernity, Post-modernity and their Relations with Marxism"; Huang Jifeng: "The Latest Debate of American and British Marxists on Market Socialism"; Gao Yachun: "Studies on New Imperialism"; Wang Miao: "Color Revolutions."