Revolutionary Subjectivity in Post-Marxist Thought: Laclau, Negri, Badiou, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

Revolutionary Subjectivity in Post-Marxist Thought

Laclau, Negri, Badiou, 1st Edition

By Oliver Harrison

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Since the onset of the Global Financial Crisis the ideas of Karl Marx have once again become prominent in social and political thought. This book turns to Marx’s theory of revolutionary subjectivity as a means of assessing the work of three contemporary global theorists: Ernesto Laclau, Antonio Negri, and Alain Badiou, considered here together for the first time.

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’This book is a substantive and innovative attempt to bring together and analyse the transformation of Marxism into post-Marxism. Harrison's novel approach, comprehensive exposition and rich textual engagement enables those with only broad knowledge of the field to understand the particular challenges and developments of post-Marxism, both of which are often complicated beyond reason. It is well worth the read.’ Dr Matthew Johnson, Lancaster University, UK ’Harrison's book is a highly readable and significant work of political theory. It shows the continuing relevance of Marx via a study of revolutionary subjectivity and the post-Marxism of Laclau, Badiou and Negri. It is a lively and intelligent assessment of Marx and his contemporary legacy.’ Gary Browning, Oxford Brookes University, UK

About the Author

Oliver Harrison is a lecturer in Political Theory at Nottingham Trent University.

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Rethinking Political and International Theory

Rethinking Political and International Theory
Committed to show you in what ways traditional approaches in political and international theory may be applied to 21st century politics, this series will present inventive and pioneering theoretical work designed to build a common framework for the latest scholarly research on political theory and international relations. Intended to be international and interdisciplinary in scope, the series will contain works which advance our understanding of the relevance of seminal thinkers to our current socio-political context(s) as well as problematize and offer new insights into key political concepts and phenomena within the arena of politics and international relations.

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Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
PHI019000
PHILOSOPHY / Political
POL023000
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Economic Conditions