By John Grant
Dialectics and modern Politics recasts dialectical proposal for a post-Marxist age during which labour move politics is only one political alternative between many. The ebook is equipped thematically round innovations equivalent to immanent critique, ideology, adventure, and resistance, and based on figures who're important to the current trajectory of dialectics, together with Hegel, Adorno, Foucault, Jameson and Žizek. New research of those suggestions and theorists is used to teach how they remodel our knowing of social lifestyles in addition to provide a fashion of realizing social transformation.
Interspersed all through this theoretical paintings are dialectical examinations of political phenomena from tolerance, democracy, and the increase of Barack Obama, to state-economy kinfolk in addition to these of energy and resistance. a thorough and sometimes innovative conception of society is pursued that's now not constrained to the phrases of Marxism or the other tuition of proposal. during this regard a singular develop is made by means of offering the heritage of dialectical feedback as an ‘anti-tradition,’ that is outlined as a convention that's characterised via a heritage of discontinuity, discord, and incompatible functions. A idea of dialectics emerges that's versatile, coherent, and that can account for far greater than capitalism and sophistication politics.
This paintings may be of significant curiosity to all students of Marxism, severe concept, social and political concept and political philosophy
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Dialectics and Contemporary Politics: Critique and Transformation from Hegel through Post-Marxism (Routledge Innovations in Political Theory) by John Grant