By Philip Goldstein
Poststructuralist Marxism, or post-Marxism, is a theoretical point of view that elaborates and revises the paintings of Louis Althusser and Michel Foucault. in contrast to conventional Marxism, which emphasizes the concern of sophistication fight and the typical humanity of oppressed teams, post-Marxism unearths the sexual, racial, classification, and ethnic divisions of contemporary Western society. This e-book surveys the several types of post-Marxist concept: the commercial idea of Stephen Resnick and Richard Wolff, the historic technique of Michel Foucault, the political conception of Ernesto Laclau and Chantal Mouffe, the feminism of Judith Butler, the materialist philosophy of Pierre Macherey, and the cultural stories of Tony Bennett and John Frow. supplying a coherent framework for those in a different way fairly divergent theorists, Philip Goldstein outlines the heritage of Marxist philosophical or theoretical perspectives and explains how all of them count number as post-Marxist.
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