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Abercrombie, Neal, 382 n.4

Abraham, David, 387 n.4

Absence: Deleuze and, 230 ;

"determinate", 279 -80

"Absent cause," 50 , 98

Absolute, 49 , 58 , 59 -60, 78

"Absolute proletarianization,", 131

Absolute Subject, 210 , 212 , 213

Absolutist state, concept of, 142 , 150 -56

Abstraction: knowledge and, 160 -61;

and mode of production, 84 ;

modernism and, 18 -19

Accumulation: capitalist, 5 , 12 -13, 315 , 329 , 350 , 354 -55, 357 , 388 n.9;

crises in, 5 , 13 , 354 -55;

extensive to "intensive," 350 ;

feudal, 141 , 142 , 143 -44, 145 -47;

"primitive," 91 -92, 124 , 156 ;

socialism and, 30 -31

Adequacy: contradictions known with, 96 ;

science and, 164 -69;

Spinoza and, 44

"Adhesion," relations of, 121

Adorno, Theodor, 285

Aesthetics: as class struggle in culture, 284 -88, 292 -93;

Foucault and, 243 , 248 -49;

history of, 289 -94;

and ideology, 215 , 284 -94, 302 ;

literary, 277 , 284 -94, 302 ;

Marxist, 284 -88;

populist, 7 ;

romantic, 19 . See also Art

Africa: imperialism in, 125 , 126 -29, 134 ;

lineage societies in, 111 , 116 , 126 -29;

West-Central, 125 , 126 -29, 134

Aglietta, Michel, 309 , 350 , 387 n.7

"Agrarian capitalism," 134

Agrarian revolution, 152 -53

Agricultural societies, 111 , 115 , 120 -23, 128 , 130

Agriculture: feudal, 135 -42, 146 -47;

and transition from feudalism to capitalism, 146 -47, 149 , 152 -53

Alienation, 2 -3, 207 ;

and "end of ideology," 226 -27;

Hegel and, 77 -78, 170 ;

Marx and, 170 , 171 , 172

"Alienation effect," 270 -71

Les alliances de classes (Rey), 125 , 131 -35

Althusser, Louis, 2 ;

Essays in Self-Criticism , 98 , 160 -65 passim, 160 , 188 , 372 n.8;

"Freud and Lacan," 382 n.3;

"Ideology and Ideological State Apparatuses," 205 , 207 , 208 -16, 261 , 289 ;

Lenin and Philosophy , 262 ;

"Marx's Relation to Hegel," 380 n.8;

Philosophy and the Spontaneous Philosophy of the Scientists , 159 , 187 , 261 ;

"Preface to Capital," 379 n.6. See also For Marx; Reading Capital

Althusser: The Detour of Theory (Elliott), 4

"Althusser problem," 159 -64

Althusser's Marxism (Callinicos), 4

"Americanization," of Europe, 349

Anarchism, neo-, 3 , 7 , 229 -30, 248 -49

Anderson, Perry, 131 , 142 , 150 -56, 365 -66n.2, 370 n.1, 371 n.2, 377 n.15

Annales School, 2 , 5 , 365 n.2, 367 n.5, 371 n.1


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Antagonism, 62 -65, 352 -53

Anthropological functionalism, 111 , 115

Anthropological humanism, 170

Anthropologie économique des Gouro de Côte d'Ivoire (Meillassoux), 111

Anthropology, 367 n.5;

cultural, 8 -9, 111 , 216 -21;

economic, 111 , 373 n.4;

Marxist, 111 , 374 -75n.8;

Structural Marxist, 85 -86, 111 -31, 374 -75n.8

Anti-Oedipus (Deleuze & Guattari), 229 -30, 231 -32

Archaeology, Foucault and, 233 -47

Archaeology of Knowledge (Foucault), 80 , 235 , 237 -38, 240 -41, 243

Aristocracy: feudal, 131 -56 passim, 377 n.15;

French, 295 -96. See also Ruling class

Art, 291 ;

and history, 273 , 277 , 284 -85, 289 -94;

and ideology, 262 , 269 , 273 , 274 ;

politics of, 292 -93, 369 n.10;

and science, 273 . See also Aesthetics; Literature

Articulation, 38 , 112 , 118 ;

discourse and, 264 , 270 ;

double, 106 -7, 118 , 204 ;

and transformation, 105 -11, 124 , 125 -34, 138 , 147 , 154 -56, 376 n.14

Artisans: feudal, 143 , 144 , 145 -46, 147 , 148 , 156 ;

socialist, 170

Austen, Jane, 274

Austria, transition from feudalism to capitalism, 153

Authenticity: of art, 285 . See also Truth

Authoritarian statism, 360 -64

Autogestion , French, 4

Autonomy: of culture, 7 , 8 , 9 ;

in discursive practice, 265 , 272 ;

"specific" state, 329 , 332 -33. See also Relative autonomy

Avant-garde, 369 n.10

Axiology, literary value and, 285 -86, 287 , 288


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