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Cahiers marxistes-léninistes

Selections from the journal (published by Althusser’s students) are available here. (Thanks to Rethinking Marxism‘s Facebook feed for the link) Advertisements

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From Grunge to Glimmer

My AAG abstract: From Grunge to Glimmer: Building the New Seattle For Althusser (2014), the dominant Ideological State Apparatus was the school-family dyad, with the school playing the overwhelmingly dominant role. But in an era of uneven planetary urbanization (cf. … Continue reading

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Macherey: Lire Foucault and Other Recent Presentations

Pierre Macherey has posted four recent presentations on Foucault (from the “Foucault au collège de France : une aventure intellectuelle et éditoriale” conference), Althusser, and Hegel/Spinoza on his blog (thanks to Jason Read for posting this on Facebook).

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A few points concerning ideology and D&G

When sketching out arguments that purport to use Deleuzoguattarian ideas, please refer to these passages from A Thousand Plateaus before invoking ideology: “Literature is an assemblage. It has nothing to do with ideology. There is no ideology and never has … Continue reading

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