This book traces the crystallisation of post-Marxism as a specific theoretical position in its own right and considers the role played in its development by post-structuralism, postmodernism and second-wave feminism. It examines the history of dissenting tendencies within the Marxist tradition and considers what the future prospects of post-Marxism are likely to be.
Table of Contents
Introduction; Chapter 1 Marxism in a ‘post-’ world; Chapter 2 ‘An intellectual malady’?; Chapter 3 ‘Without apologies’; Chapter 4 ‘Marxism is not a “Science of History”’; Chapter 5 Post-Marxism before post-Marxism; Chapter 6 Post-Marxism before post-Marxism; Chapter 7 Constructing incredulity; Chapter 8 Constructing incredulity; Chapter 9 An open universe?; Chapter 10 ‘Not show biz’;
Stuart Sim is Professor of English Studies at the University of Sunderland. He has published extensively on cultural theory and continental philosophy.