Robert Albritton offers the most authoritative reassessment of Marxist political economy since Althusser. Original reinterpretations of thinkers including Hegel, Weber, Althusser, Derrida and Adorno cast new light on heated battles between Hegelian dialectics and deconstructivist criticism. The book makes accessible the sometimes daunting thought associated with both dialectics and deconstruction drawing upon insights from philosophy, sociology, political science and critical theory. Finding a non-essentialist way of using the immense cognitive power of dialectics - accepting a limited deconstruction but challenging further deconstructionist directions - represents a major breakthrough for political economy.
|Publication date:||8th June 1999|
|Categories:||Marxism & Communism,|
ROBERT ALBRITTON teaches political science at York University, Ontario. His previous publications include A Japanese Reconstruction of Marxist Theory, A Japanese Approach to Stages of Capitalist Development, and he is co-editor of A Japanese Approach to Political Economy: Unoist Variations.More About Robert Albritton