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review Lire le Capital Ô eBook or Kindle ePUB ë El núcleo del análisis de Althusser es epistemológico La naturaleza de su ejercicio es la exploración del proceso de Marx para comprender y su principal método una lectura crítica intensamente detallada de la obra usando todos los recursos de las disciplinas lingüística literaria Etallada de la obra usando todos los recursos de las disciplinas lingüística literaria y filosófi. the uh fuckin uh profit motive is like the sole motor of the development of production in capitalism man fucking shit

Lire le CapitalEtallada de la obra usando todos los recursos de las disciplinas lingüística literaria y filosófi. the uh fuckin uh profit motive is like the sole motor of the development of production in capitalism man fucking shit

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Lire le Capital ☆ El núcleo del análisis de Althusser es epistemológico La naturaleza de su ejercicio es la explora. 98% of this book is irrelevant for contemporary Marxists with Althusser merely using Marx as a platform for showcasing CanguilhemBachelard's materialist conception of epistemology which isn't as interesting an insight as it was when first outlined in 'For Marx' Balibar joins in with a heroic but doomed attempt to offer an Althusserian or structuralist notion of temporal dynamics and changetransition without the use of the sullied Hegelianhumanist categories of 'history' 'the subject' 'man' etc Yeah good luck with that at one point he seriously recommends Lenin's understanding of revolutionary Russia as encompassing five modes of production simultaneously as a theoretical model this is literally the opposite of the scientific ideal of parsimonyThe relevant 2% however lies in Balibar's section on 'Modes of Production and Periodisation' and the couple of interesting pages where he lays out some useful and rigorous terms for how to think about relations of appropriation within different historical modes of production drawing on Marx's actual categories in the various volumes of Capital the Grundrisse This short section became uite influential among Marxist sociologists and historians of the late 60s and 70s in debates over 'development' modes of production and the transition controversy and it still holds up todayTo summarise this book is mostly esoteric dry and theoretically dated in its structuralism and its uasi positivist epistemology and it includes an awful lot of waffling Only recommended for completists of French Theory andor Marxist social theory debates aka nerds like myself read ç eBook or Kindle ePUB È Louis Althusser

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Louis Althusser È 3 read Ción del proceso de Marx para comprender y su principal método una lectura crítica intensamente d. Honestly after reading Capital volume one I thought this text would be a breeze or at the very least illuminate some of the darker opaue passages in Marx's Magnum Opus Boy was I wrong In fact this text is so much harder I had to put it down after only about 20 25 pages in Will probably pick it up again I own it after all but sheesh those Frenchies sure love to prognosticate in the realm of abstractions Would take a lifetime to truly understand this text and other scholars such as Slavoj Zizek and Antonio Negri have made a career out of living in this space For Zizek his project for me was about fusing Althusserian conceptions of ideology with Lacanian conceptions of subjectivity but Zizek makes this drudgework somewhat fun and interesting to read On second thought I am starting to see why Althusser had some of the most brilliant students Derrida Foucault Deleuze Balibar Ranciere among others none of whom turned out to be Althusserians ironicallyand I am also starting to see why he went mad and strangled his wife His work lives in the liminal space between brilliance and madnessthis book is a French Philosophers wet dream come true The Opacities are brilliant confusing and completely original Marxism will never be the same again Down with Marxism up with Reading Capital the one thing Stalinists never bothered to do