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- Postmodern Materialism and the Future of Marxist Theory: Essays in the Althusserian Tradition
- Frankfurt School
Raymond Williams Now pp Cite as. It will be necessary therefore, having indicated where their theoretical positions overlap, and having further tried to define what the postmodern means for Jameson, to indicate various ways in which they confront and engage with the problems of the postmodern, and begin to offer solutions to it.
Postmodern Materialism and the Future of Marxist Theory: Essays in the Althusserian Tradition
Founded in the Weimar Republic —33 , during the European interwar period —39 , the Frankfurt School comprised intellectuals, academics, and political dissidents dissatisfied with the contemporary socio-economic systems capitalist, fascist, communist of the s. The Frankfurt theorists proposed that social theory was inadequate for explaining the turbulent political factionalism and reactionary politics occurring in 20th century liberal capitalist societies. Critical of capitalism and of Marxism—Leninism as philosophically inflexible systems of social organization, the School's critical theory research indicated alternative paths to realizing the social development of a society and a nation. The Frankfurt School perspective of critical investigation open-ended and self-critical is based upon Freudian , Marxist and Hegelian premises of idealist philosophy. Like Karl Marx, the Frankfurt School concerned themselves with the conditions political, economic, societal that allow for social change realized by way of rational social institutions.
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Postmodernism , also spelled post-modernism , in Western philosophy , a late 20th-century movement characterized by broad skepticism , subjectivism, or relativism; a general suspicion of reason ; and an acute sensitivity to the role of ideology in asserting and maintaining political and economic power. Postmodernism is a late 20th-century movement in philosophy and literary theory that generally questions the basic assumptions of Western philosophy in the modern period roughly, the 17th century through the 19th century. Postmodern philosophy is characterized by broad skepticism or relativism and a general suspicion of reason. It also broadly asserts that Western intellectual and cultural norms and values are a product of, or are in some sense influenced by, the ideology of dominant or elite groups and at least indirectly serve their interests. Although some postmodernists reject the relativist label, many postmodern doctrines constitute or imply some form of relativism.
Recommend to librarian. Buy Rights to this title. Request a Review or Inspection Copy. A decade after Francis Fukuyama announced the 'End of History', anti-capitalist demonstrators at Seattle and elsewhere have helped reinvigorate the Left with the reply 'another world is possible'. More than anyone else it was Marx who showed that slogans such as this were no utopian fantasies, and that capitalism was just as much a historical mode of production, no more natural and certainly no less contradictory, than were the feudal and slave modes which proceeded it. Paul Blackledge opens this study with a defence of the Marxist approach to the study of history against what he argues as being the naive empiricism of traditional historians and the relativism of the postmodernists.
Education from the marxist perspective: an approach based on marx and gramsci. Amarilio Ferreira Jr. I, 1 ; Marisa Bittar II. This paper aimed to demonstrate the humanistic principles of education inherent to Marx and Gramsci's works. For both of these authors, the basis of a humanistic education are the real conditions of existence that individuals organize to keep themselves alive. Thus, individuals forge certain kinds of social relationships of production that have a double transforming function: humanizing nature and humans at the same time. In a society founded on the principle of private ownership of the means of production, this humanization process is interrupted by the alienation manifested towards objects that humans have produced.
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Althusser, Louis Lenin and Philosophy and Other Essays. Ben Brewster. London: New Left Books.
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