Specters of Marx: The State of the Debt, the Work of Mourning, and the New International
Psychology Press, 1994 - 198 pagine
Specters of Marx is a major new book from the renowned French philosopher Jacques Derrida. It represents his first important statement on Marx and his definitive entry into social and political philosophy.
"Specter" is the first noun one reads in The Manifesto of the Communist Party. But that's just the beginning. Once you start to notice them, there is no counting all the ghosts, spirits, specters and spooks that crowd Marx's text. If they are to count for something, however, one must question the spectropoetics that Marx allowed to invade his discourse. In Specters of Marx, Derrida undertakes this task within the context of a critique of the new dogmatism and "new world order" that have proclaimed the death of Marxism and of Marx.
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Certain Soviet philosophers told me in Moscow a few years ago: the best translation of perestroika was still "deconstruction." Specters of Marx sustains five star prose and luminous ideas ... Leggi recensione completa
Specters of Marx: the state of the debt, the work of mourning, and the New internationalRecensione dell'utente - Not Available - Book Verdict
Linking Hamlet's ghost with the opening of the Communist Manifesto, the noted French philosopher (Aporias, LJ 2/15/94) meditates on the state and future of Marxism since the fall of the Berlin Wall ... Leggi recensione completa
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