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Posts tagged ‘Karl Marx’

A day in the life of Ivan Ergich

Bursaspor gets a Marxist player
by / RP 158 (Nov/Dec 2009) / News


Symposium on Keynes

No New Deal Is Possible, Keynesianism Constrained, The Politics of the Long Run
by , and / RP 155 (May/Jun 2009) / Commentary

No New Deal Is Possible Antonio Negri

Keynesianism Constrained Jim Tomlinson

The Politics of the Long Run Yutaka Nagahara


The will of the people

Notes towards a dialectical voluntarism
by / RP 155 (May/Jun 2009) / Article

By ‘will of the people’ I mean a deliberate, emancipatory and inclusive process of collective self-determination. Like any kind of will, its exercise is voluntary and autonomous, a matter of practical freedom; like any form of collective action, it involves assembly and organization. Recent examples of the sort of popular will that I have in …


Elasticity of demand

Reflections on 'The Wire'
by / RP 154 (Mar/Apr 2009) / Article


Aporias of free trade

The nature of biodiversity
by and / RP 151 (Sep/Oct 2008) / Article

Primitive accumulation is not produced just once at the dawn of capitalism, but is continually reproducing itself.

Deleuze and Guattari, Anti-Oedipus 1

In a climate rife with threats of species extinction, we propose a genealogy of the discourse of the late twentieth century in which the meaning of the natural …


André Gorz, 1923–2007

by / RP 148 (Mar/Apr 2008) / Obituary


Marx and the philosophy of time

by / RP 147 (Jan/Feb 2008) / Article


Joseph McCarney, 1941–2007

by / RP 146 (Nov/Dec 2007) / Obituary


The absolute artwork meets the absolute commodity

by / RP 146 (Nov/Dec 2007) / Article


Commodity aesthetics revisited

Exchange relations as the source of antagonistic aesthetization
by / RP 135 (Jan/Feb 2006) / Article


The concept of money

by / RP 134 (Nov/Dec 2005) / Article


Hunger in Niger and Zimbabwe; Marx Comes First Again, and Loses

by , and / RP 134 (Nov/Dec 2005) / News


The concept of metropolis

Philosophy and urban form
by / RP 133 (Sep/Oct 2005) / Article

In what sense would a certain concept of the urban meet, as Henri Lefebvre asserted some thirty-five years ago, a ʻtheoretical needʼ? What forms of cross-cultural and cross-disciplinary ʻgeneralityʼ would be at stake here? And if this is indeed, as Lefebvre always insisted, a question of a necessary ʻelaboration, a search, a conceptual formulationʼ, what …


Karatani’s Marxian parallax

by / RP 127 (Sep/Oct 2004) / Article


Antonio Negri and Danilo Zolo

Empire and the multitude: A dialogue on the new order of globalization
by and / RP 120 (Jul/Aug 2003) / Interview

Danilo Zolo For a long time I resisted the calls, from many quarters, to publicly debate Empire, the book you co-authored with Michael Hardt, which has prompted a debate of exceptional scope and intensity on both sides of the Atlantic. I was inhibited by a sense of impotence before such a complex, ambitious and extensive …


Globalization and modern philosophy

by / RP 119 (May/Jun 2003) / Article


Return(s) to Marx? Institut français and Tate Modern, London, 31 May–1 June 2002

by / RP 115 (Sep/Oct 2002) / Conference Report


It’s the political economy, stupid!

On Zizek’s Marxism
by / RP 108 (Jul/Aug 2001) / Article


The fate of the body politic

by / RP 108 (Jul/Aug 2001) / Article


The spectral ontology of value

by / RP 107 (May/Jun 2001) / Article