Monthly Archives: June 2017

The Overdetermined Dialectic: Althusser.

Martin Stirner kindly gives us a preview of Chapter 4 of his forthcoming book:  “Dialectic: From Hegel to Althusser”:  “The mystification which dialectics suffers at Hegel’s hands by no means prevents him from being the first to present its general form … Continue reading

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Dialectics, class consciousness and the philosophy of praxis

Introduction I’ve been intending to embark on a project to clarify the meaning of the noun dialectic and the adjective dialectical for many years because I believe that for many in the movement, these words are either obscure or misunderstood. … Continue reading

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