Negativity and Revolution: Adorno and Political Activism

Negativity and Revolution: Adorno and Political Activism

Fernando Matamoros, Sergio Tischler


How can activists wrestle the political paralysis that characterises the anti-dialectical Marxism of Foucault, Derrida and Deleuze, with no reverting to a dogmatic orthodoxy? This booklet explores recommendations within the 'negative dialectics' of Theodor Adorno.

The poststructuralist shift from dialectics to 'difference' has been so well known that it turns into tough to create significant innovative responses to neoliberalism. The members to this quantity come from in the anti-capitalist flow, and shut to the worries expressed in Negri and Hardt's Empire and Multitude. even though, they argue forcefully and persuasively for a go back to dialectics so a real-world, radical problem to the present order will be constructed.

This is a passionate name to palms for the anti-capitalist circulate. it's going to be learn through all engaged activists and scholars of political and important conception.

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