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Rethinking Marxism
January, Vol: 17.2

ISBN 9780415373586
Published April 27, 2005 by Routledge
640 Pages

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First published in 2006. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Table of Contents

Editors' Introduction /MONTAG'S ALTHUSSER -- The Practice of Theory /Antonio Callari -- After Everyone Has Departed: A Recent Inquiry into the Causes of Literature /Jason Smith -- Immaterial and Artistic Production /Michael Hardt -- "Paradoxically" /Andrew Parker -- Materiality, Singularity, Subject: Response to Callari, Smith, Hardt, and Parker /Warren Montag -- Who's Afraid of Red, White, Blue? /Valerie Tevere -- Ideological State Apparatuses, Consumerism, and U.S. Capitalism: Lessons for the Left /Richard D. Wolff -- Obsolescence and Other Playroom Anxieties: Childhood in the Shadows of Late Capital /Jyotsna Kapur -- READING KUMAR -- "Stranded at a Distance": The Symposium on Bombay-London-New York /Joseph W. Childers -- The Temporary Graveyard of Migrant Labor /Marian Aguiar -- Postmark Patna /Gautam Premnath -- Class Consciousness and Mobility in Bombay-London-New York /Evan Watkins -- Theory by Other Means /Amitava Kumar -- From General Economy to the Concept of Value: Towards an Aneconomic Marxism /Sean Saraka -- An Alternative to Critical Postmodernist Antifoundationalisnn /Michael Slott -- REMARX -- Theses on the December Rebellion and the Political Situation in Argentina /Mauricio Schoijet -- Notes on Contributors.

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