Althusser and the Renewal of Marxist Social Theory


 expand sectionIntroductory Conclusion
 collapse sectionChapter 1  Structural Causality, Contradiction, and Social Formations
 Althusser: The Social Formation as a Totality of Instances
 The Social Formation Articulated on the Basis of a Mode of Production
 The Materialist Rationalism of Spinoza
 The Critique of Transitive and Expressive Causalities
 Structural Causality and Darstellung
 Structure in Dominance and Determination in the Last Instance
 Hegel or Spinoza?
 Contradiction, Uneven Development, and Overdetermination
 Differential and Plenary Time
 History as a Process Without a Subject
 The Economism/Humanism Couplet
 History as a Process Without a Goal
 Marxism as a General Not a Total History
 expand sectionChapter 2  Modes of Production and Historical Development
 expand sectionChapter 3  Science, Ideology, and Philosophy
 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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