Althusser and the Renewal of Marxist Social Theory


 expand sectionIntroductory Conclusion
 expand sectionChapter 1  Structural Causality, Contradiction, and Social Formations
 expand sectionChapter 2  Modes of Production and Historical Development
 collapse sectionChapter 3  Science, Ideology, and Philosophy
 The "Althusser Problem":  Theoreticism and Its Consequences
 Althusser: The Concept of Ideology and the Ideology of Concepts
 Marx's "Epistemological Break"
 Beyond Hermeneutics: A "Symptomatic" Reading of Capital
 The Historical Epistemology of Bachelard and Canguilhem
 Beyond Historicism: The Relative Autonomy of Scientific Practice
 Beyond Rationalism: Philosophy as Class Struggle in Theory
 Beyond Empiricism: Knowledge as a Practice Without a Subject
 Marxism and the "Crisis of Marxism"
 expand sectionChapter 4  Ideology and Social Subjectivity
 expand sectionChapter 5  Literature and Ideology
 expand sectionChapter 6  Class Struggle, Political Power, and the Capitalist State

 expand sectionNotes
 expand sectionIndex

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