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Idea: Hegelian, 59 , 60 , 77 -78, 170 ;

Spinoza and, 45

Idealism: anthropocentric, 68 ;

and art, 291 ;

E. Balibar and, 374 n.6;

and crisis, 192 -93;

essentialist, 44 ;

ethical, 3 ;

expressive causality and, 44 , 47 , 48 ;

Foucault and, 249 ;

Hegelian, 58 , 59 , 170 ;

and humanism, 69 ;

materialism and, 161 , 190 -91;

modernism and, 18 ;

objective, 384 n.4;

of philosophy of history, 158 ;

subjective, 384 n.4

Ideas, history of, 47 -48

Identification, 211 ;

and discursive practice, 264 -65, 267 -68;

literature and, 304 -7

Identity: Deleuze on, 230 ;

"of differences," 372 n.5;

"of opposites," 48 , 58

"Ideological apparatuses," 159 , 213 -16, 221 -23, 382 n.5;

capitalist state and, 315 -16;

Foucault and, 242 , 243 , 248 , 256 ;

literature/language and, 268 , 290 , 293 , 294 , 294 -95, 301 -2, 306 -7

Ideological discourse, 184 , 190 , 205 -13 passim, 262 -72 passim, 279 , 369 n.13

Ideological instance, 36 -37, 212 , 222 , 268 , 313 -24 passim

Ideological practice, 36 -37, 165 -69, 205 , 213 -25 passim;

and literature, 261 , 262 , 269 -74, 277 , 283 , 293 -94;

and scientific practice, 165 -66, 168 -69, 182 -88, 205

Ideology, 158 -307;

concept of, 163 , 164 -69, 181 , 205 , 207 -8, 212 ;

of concepts, 164 -69;

and contradictions, 207 -8, 221 -25, 257 , 282 , 283 , 304 ;

in dominance, 215 ;

"end of," 225 -27, 267 , 368 n.7;

/error, 166 -68, 173 , 184 , 187 , 195 -96, 203 , 206 , 379 n.5;

Foucault and, 208 , 238 , 242 -43, 248 -49, 304 ;

function of, 164 -65, 182 -83, 207 -8;

"in general," 216 ;

literature and, 260 -307;

Marxism as "organic," 48 ;

nationalization and, 339 ;

production of, 269 , 272 -73, 278 -79, 283 -84, 294 , 384 n.4;

science and, 45 -46, 158 -205, 212 -13, 226 -28, 238 , 267 -68, 378 n.2, 379 n.5, 382 n.6;

and social subjectivity, 159 , 205 -59, 381 -83;

Spinoza and, 381 n.1;

Structural Marxism on, 24 , 215 , 227 ;

theoretical, 165 -69. See also Ideological . . .

"Ideology and Ideological State Apparatuses" (Althusser), 205 , 207 , 208 -16, 261 , 289

Ideology of Power and the Power of Ideology (Therborn), 221 -25

Illusion, discourse and, 269 , 274

Imaginary: ideology and, 206 -13;

Lacan on, 211 -12, 389

Imagination, Spinoza and, 44

Imperialism, 125 -31, 134 ;

"colonial era," 128 -29;

and monopoly capitalism, 347 -48, 353 , 354 ;

"neo-colonial era," 128 -29;

"trade era," 127 -28

Independence movements, Third World national, 354

Indeterminacy, causal, 6 , 198

Individual: "alienated," 2 -3, 226 ;

atomized, 74 ;

"biographical path" of, 223 ;

in capitalist state, 315 , 330 , 338 -39, 340 ;

"free," 382 n.4;

interpellation of, 159 , 208 -17 passim, 221 -25, 264 , 315 , 381 n.2;

"isolation" of, 330 , 338 ;

multinational capitalism and, 359 . See also Human agent; Man; Subject

Individualism: and capitalism, 7 , 10 , 16 -17, 196 ;

Deleuze and, 253 ;

economic, 6 ;

empiricism and, 199 ;

Foucault and, 253 ;

irrationalist, 389 ;

libertarian, 228 -29;

methodological, , 10 , 68 ;

modernism and, 19 , 20 ;

possessive, 225 ;

post-Marxist, 5 -6, 9 , 389 ;

post-


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modern, 201 -2;

romantic, 6 , 19 ;

vulgar, 6 , 17 , 20

Individualization, capitalist state and, 338 -39, 340

Industrialization: British, 149 ;

"proto-," 142 , 146 -49, 376 n.14;

state-promoted capitalist, 356 -57. See also "Manufacturing" mode of production

"Industrial stage," in transition from feudalism to capitalism, 133 -34

Inequality. See Equality/inequality

Information technology, 383 n.7

Infrastructure, 172

Ingarden, Roman, 384 n.4

Instances: determination in last, 23 , 52 -57, 67 -68, 87 -88, 319 , 328 -29;

economic, 36 -37, 53 -54, 313 -29 passim, 356 ;

ideological, 36 -37, 212 , 222 , 268 , 313 -24 passim;

political, 36 -37, 222 , 308 , 309 , 313 -29 passim, 356 ;

of social formations, 36 -40, 41 , 52 -57, 67 -68, 83 , 87 -88, 314 -15;

totality of, 36 -39, 41

Institutions: Deleuze on, 231 ;

and functions, 37 -38, 55 -56, 114 ;

ideological apparatuses, 214 , 227 ;

of knowledge, 227 ;

state apparatuses, 214

Intellectuals, and Marxist theory, 379 -80n.6

Intentionality, political, 101

"Interdiscourse," 263 -64, 270

Interiority, 50 ;

radical, 57

International, Second, 74 , 75

Internationalization: of capitalism, 5 -16 passim, 202 , 346 -64, 375 -76n.12;

internalization of, 351 -56. See also Global . . .

Interpellation: capitalist state and, 315 -16, 324 ;

contradictions of, 71 -72, 221 -25, 304 ;

discursive practice and, 264 , 267 , 268 ;

Foucault and, 242 -43, 248 -49, 304 ;

Lacan and, 212 , 372 n.6;

literature and, 268 , 283 , 290 , 304 -7;

of social subjects, 71 -72, 159 , 208 -17 passim, 221 -25, 304 , 315 -17, 324 , 381 n.2

Interventionist state, 356 -60, 361 , 362 -63

"Intradiscourse," 264 , 270

"Introduction to the Contribution to a Critique of Hegel's Philosophy of Right" (Marx), 170

Irrationalism: and crisis in Marxism, 203 ;

Foucault and, 5 , 249 , 255 ;

and literature, 290 , 291 ;

post-Marxist, 5 , 369 -70n.13, 389 ;

postmodern, 6 ;

of Right, 369 n.10;

romantic, 20 ;

and science/ideology distinction, 379 n.5, 382 n.6;

voluntarist, 5

Iser, Wolfgang, 277 , 384 n.4

Isolation effect, 330 , 338

Italy: fascism in, 386 n.4;

transition from feudalism to capitalism in, 148 , 151

Ivory Coast, lineage societies in, 111


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