Citations with the tag: MARXIST criticism

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  • Marxist literary theory and the advantages of irrelevance.
    Harris, Wendell V. // Sewanee Review; Spring96, Vol. 104 Issue 2, p209 

    Discusses the Marxist literary theory. Influence of Marxist criticism; Weakness of Marxism as a practical solution to social and political problems; Marxist insistence on the power of ideology.

  • Chill winds, cool breezes: Jameson in the nineties.
    Mao, Douglas // Contemporary Literature; Spring96, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p155 

    Focuses on Frederic Jameson's criticism of the theory of Marxism. Information on his views of Marxism and other issues; Examination of postmodernism and popular culture; Discussions on its relevance to Third World Countries; Jameson's definition of a mass; Outline of Burnham's diagram on...

  • Capital & Class Past and Present: Some reflections on our first 25 years.
    Conley, Hazel; Freeman, Alan; McCulloch, Andrew; Stewart, Paul // Capital & Class; Autumn2001, Vol. 25 Issue 75, p1 

    The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one by Werner Bonefeld on the nature of Marxist critique and another by Simon Clarke on the works of Marx to illustrate how the international nature of capital has historically complicated the outcomes of crisis and...

  • IDEOLOGICAL AND MARXIST CRITICISM: TOWARDS A METAHERMENEUTICS.
    Nichols, Bill // Studies in the Literary Imagination; Spring86, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p83 

    Considers whether ideological and Marxist criticism does risk constituting an imaginary discourse. Degree with which Marxist and ideological criticism are synonymous; Issues that provide sense of animation to contemporary debate; Factors that yields to an emphasis on continuity of thought that...

  • Dialectics and difference: against Harvey’s dialectical ‘post-Marxism’.
    Jones, A.; Goodwin, M. // Progress in Human Geography; Dec99, Vol. 23 Issue 4, p529 

    Abstract: David Harvey‘s recent book, Justice, nature and the geography of difference (JNGD), engages with a central philosophical debate that continues to dominate human geography: the tension between the radical Marxist project of recent decades and the apparently disempowering...

  • Analytical Marxism and the Marxian theory of crisis.
    Lebowitz, Michael A. // Cambridge Journal of Economics; Apr94, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p163 

    Focuses on analytical Marxism and the Marxian theory of crisis. Distinction of Marxism and `bourgeois social science'; Emergence of a self-designated school of `Analytical Marxism'; Fallacy of composition as a basis of a powerful methodology; Discussion of crises as the result of inability to...

  • Marxism in Twenty First Century: A Critical Review.
    Muhammad Ijaz Latif; Rehman Afzal Khan // Journal of Educational Research (1027-9776); 2011, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p65 

    With the disintegration of Soviet Union, Marxist ideology or Marxism was criticized by the thinkers and philosophers who were in favour of capitalism. They linked the fall of Soviet Union with the failure of Marxism. This study presents an insight analysis of the notion presented abstove and...

  • DUNLAP, KOTZEBUE, AND THE SHAPING OF AMERICAN THEATER: A REEVALUATION FROM A MARXIST PERSPECTIVE.
    Zipes, Jack // Early American Literature; Winter1974, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p272 

    Analyzes the development of American theater from a Marxist perspective. Playwrights who contributed to the development of American theater; Negative features of American theater brought into focus by William Dunlap and August von Kotzebue.

  • The Fracturing of the West?
    Fonte, John // Policy; Spring2002, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p16 

    Features the description of the key concepts of transnational progressivism in the U.S. Creation of a cohesive nation through group consciousness; Accounts on the form of a transnational hybrid regime; Incorporation of Hegelian Marxist privileged versus marginalized dichotomy into theoretical...

  • The secular opiate.
    Bok, Christian // Canadian Literature; Winter95, Issue 147, p11 

    Focuses on the portrayal of Marxism in three Canadian texts. `Down the Long Table,' by Earle Birney; `What Is to be Done?,' by Mavis Gallant; `In the Skin of a Lion, ' by Michael Ondaatje.

  • Re-reading Grove.
    Chen, John Z. Ming // Canadian Literature; Winter95, Issue 147, p25 

    Discusses the influence of socialist theory on writer F.P. Grove and his works, particularly `The Master of the Mill.' Deficiencies in past analyses of Grove; Gove's personal contacts with the left-wing and his sociopolitical activities; Ideological dialogism in relation to characters; Marxist...

  • The need for a tertium comparationis in Applied Linguistics and SLA: A reply to Lantolf and Cazden.
    Evensen, Lars Sigfred // Journal of Applied Linguistics; 2008, Vol. 5 Issue 2, p221 

    An introduction to the article is presented in which the editor discusses various topics including the Vygotsky's intermental learning, the Vygotsky's approach being related to Marxist materialism, and the need for interdisciplinary approaches for social problems with complexity.

  • A Note on Marxian Criticism.
    Cowley, Malcolm // New Republic; 1/30/35, Vol. 81 Issue 1052, p337 

    Highlights the American Writers' Congress on May 1, 1935 in New York City. Discussion deals with mobilizing public sentiment against war and fascism; Attack on literary analysis; Boundary set to Marxian criticism.

  • Post-Marxism in an African Context: The Usability of Antonio Gramsci.
    Gorlier, Claudio // Research in African Literatures; Fall2002, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p98 

    Discusses the philosophy of Marxism as applied to African literature. Authors who oppose the use of the Marxist philosophy in studying African literature; Fundamental categories from Antonio Gramsci's discussion of African literature.

  • The Christian Faith and the Marxist Criticism of Religion.
    Lauer, Quentin // America; 9/26/1970, Vol. 123 Issue 8, p212 

    The article reviews the book "The Christian Faith and the Marxist Criticism of Religion," by Helmut Gollwitzer.

  • Marxist Criticism of the Bible.
    Økland, Jorunn // Journal for the Study of the New Testament; 2005 Booklist, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p161 

    Reviews the book "Marxist Criticism of the Bible," by Roland Boer.

  • That's the spirit.
    Moskowitz, Milton // Mother Jones; Jul/Aug97, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p50 

    Focuses on turning companies into more socially responsible corporate citizens. Informations on Marxist critics responsible for bringing a different theology to labor and commerce; Views expressed by certain captains of commerce; Views of Denis Hayes, a lawyer who organized the first Earth Day...

  • BIR ELESTIRMEN OLARAK FETHI NACI.
    Kadizade, Dumanli // Journal of T�rkl�k Bilimi Arastirmalari; 2010, Vol. 15 Issue 28, p207 

    Impressionistic criticism, by which many critics were influenced, was also observed in Fethi Naci's works of art. However; Fethi Naci's education in economy and social sciences gave him the oppurtinity to investigate the Marxist esthetic and Marxism. Therefore his life as a critic had been based...

  • The Romantic and the Marxist critique of modern civilization.
    Lo&wuml;y, Michael // Theory & Society; Nov87, Vol. 16 Issue 6, p891 

    This article focuses on the romantic and the Marxist critique of the capitalist civilization created by the industrial revolution. The first critics of modern bourgeois society were the Romantic poets and writers. Romantic anti-capitalism was born in the second half of the eighteenth century,...

  • Declining Discourse.
    Shaw, Peter // Society; Mar/Apr86, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p11 

    This article discusses a decline in prestige of literary criticism in the U.S., as of March 1986. Despite the decline it has simultaneously taken the place of philosophy in giving direction to other disciplines. Two kinds of politicization have occurred in literary during the last fifteen years,...

  • ZUR SITUATION DER MARXFORSCHUNG. II. Zur Situation der Marxforschung in der Sowjetischen Besatzungszone Deutschlands.
    Lieber, Hans-Joachim; Ludz, Peter // Kölner Zeitschrift für Soziologie & Sozialpsychologie; 1958, Vol. 10, p658 

    This article presents an analysis of Marxist research in the Soviet Occupied Zone in Germany. The author writes that in the first few years after the war, the Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands believed in the philosophical aspects, including the theories on materialism. The...

  • NEW HUMANIST INTERVIEW: TERRY EAGLETON.
    Lieber, Hans-Joachim; Ludz, Peter // New Humanist;  

    The article offers information of the life and works of the Marxist critic Terry Eagleton. He spent most of his life debating theology with clever believers and ready to talk about religion as an allegory. He pays a great deal of attention to scripture, but he was a mainstream Catholic and not a...

  • The Place of Marx in Contemporary Thought: The Case of Jean Baudrillard.
    Coutler, Gerry // Nebula; Dec2009, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p133 

    A literary criticism on the writings of Jean Baudrillard is presented. It examines Baudrillard's perception on Marxism and how his theory affects the life of people in the modern society. Moreover, it focuses on the implications of Baudrillard's understanding about the Marxist concept concerning...

  • Classes: A Marxist Critique (Book).
    Burris, Val // Social Forces; Dec90, Vol. 69 Issue 2, p658 

    Reviews the book "Classes: A Marxist Critique," by Paul Kamolnick.

  • Professor Kagarlitsky "Disciplined".
    Parrinde, Patrick // Science Fiction Studies; Mar84, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p101 

    The article focuses on the dismissal of Professor Julius Kagarlitsky, vice-president of the Herbert George Wells Society, from his post at the Lunacharsky Theatrical Institute in Moscow, Russia. It claims that the discharge was closely connected to the dissident actions of Kagarlitsky's son,...

  • MARXIST FICTIONS: THE NOVELS OF JOHN BERGER.
    McMahon, Joseph H. // Contemporary Literature; Spring82, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p202 

    Interprets the Marxist fictions of John Berger. Mode of writings; Attitudes of Berger as a writer; Descriptions of characters used in the stories.

  • Steppenwolf and Everyman.
    Huyssen, Andreas // Clio; Feb73, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p182 

    The article reviews the book "Steppenwolf and Everyman," by Hans Mayer.

  • The New Historicism and Shakespearean Criticism: A Marxist Critique.
    Siegel, Paul N. // Clio; Winter92, Vol. 21 Issue 2, p129 

    The article examines new historicism in Shakesperean criticism in an aim to substantiate the assertion that the central weakness of the new historicism is that it is at its core a kind of Marxist criticism. According to new historicist theorist Jean E. Howard, the old historicism in its...

  • REACTION TIME.
    Hollinger, Veronica; Lake, David J. // Extrapolation (Kent State University Press); Fall1987, Vol. 28 Issue 3, p287 

    Features comments of the author on the article of Sam Moskowitz which appeared in the previous issue of the journal related to science fiction. Claim of the author on the inaccuracy of the idea of Moskowitz on Marxist criticism; Overview of the article of Moskowitz; Criticism of Moskowitz of...

  • Paternalismo e clientelismo como efeitos da conjunção entre opressão paternalista e exploração capitalista.
    Sabourin, Eric // Estudos Sociedade e Agricultura; 2011, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p5 

    (Paternalism and clientelism as effects of conjunction between paternalist oppression and capitalist exploration). This paper arises from two questions: why do paternalism and clientelism phenomena in modern Latin America populism remain so insensible to the Marxist critic of capitalistic...

  • Marxism and Hegel (Book Review).
    Levine, Norman // American Historical Review; Apr76, Vol. 81 Issue 2, p359 

    Reviews the book 'Marxism and Hegel,' by Lucio Colletti and translated by Lawrence Garner.

  • MARKSISTINÄ– IDEOLOGIJOS KRITIKOS KRITIKA.
    SENŪTA, POVILAS // Logos (08687692); 2012, Issue 71, p212 

    The article analyzes the Marxist critique of ideology. The article considers critically that critique which itself seems to avoid criticism by covering itself with the devaluation of the reality. In that way Marxism legitimizes the invulnerability of its own critique of ideology and its...

  • THE COLONIAL CRITICISM OF JOSÉ RABASA: A MARXIST CRITIQUE.
    Read, Malcolm K. // Modern Language Review; Jul2005, Vol. 100 Issue 3, p673 

    The article scrutinizes the basic theoretical positions assumed by the self-proclaimed 'post-Marxist' generation. It particularly focuses upon professor José Rabasa, whose work, ambitious in scope and forcefully argued, has assumed something of a paradigmatic status within the domain of...

  • Recovering Ideology Critique: Ideographic Criticism and the Marxist Tradition.
    McCann, Bryan // Conference Papers -- National Communication Association; 2008, p1 

    This essay resituates McGee's ideograph within a classical Marxist posture toward ideology critique. Though largely informed by the Marxist tradition, ideographic criticism departs from historical materialism in significant ways. Chief among these is the refusal to distinguish between high...

  • A MUNDANIZAÇÃAO DA FILOSOFIA: MARX E AS ORIGENS DA CRÍTICA DA POLÍTICA.
    Bianchi, Álvaro // Trans/Form/Acao; 2006, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p43 

    The aim of this article is to present the origins of the marxian criticism of politics. Finding its place between the years of 1842 and 1843, this criticism emerges from within a review of the hegelian philosophy and takes is first form as a philosophical criticism of politics. The criticism of...

  • EPIC THEATER.
    Bianchi, Álvaro // Columbia Dictionary of Modern Literary & Cultural Criticism; 1995, p96 

    A definition of the term "epic theater" is presented. The term is associated with the German playwright Bertolt Brecht, who sought to create a theater that would further the project of Marxist revolution. It has been said that the sense of distance conveyed in the term epic is essential to the...

  • MARXIST CRITICISM.
    Bianchi, Álvaro // Columbia Dictionary of Modern Literary & Cultural Criticism; 1995, p175 

    A definition of the term "Marxist criticism" is presented. It assumes that the object viewed as works or literature or art are the products of historical forces that can be analyzed by focusing on the material conditions in which they are formed. Marxist criticism has a political agenda to bring...

  • MATERIALISM.
    Bianchi, Álvaro // Columbia Dictionary of Modern Literary & Cultural Criticism; 1995, p181 

    A definition of the term "materialism" is presented. It refers to the doctrine which expressed that all things exist either as physical matter or as directly dependent upon physical matter. Materialism has found its most important articulation in Marxist criticism which connects all aspects of...

  • RELATIONS OF PRODUCTION.
    Bianchi, Álvaro // Columbia Dictionary of Modern Literary & Cultural Criticism; 1995, p260 

    A definition of the term "relations of production" is presented. Based on Marxist criticism, the term involves the social classes constituted by their different and unequal relationship to the forces of production and the products that result from production itself. One class has economic...

  • MARXIST CRITICISM.
    A.RO. // New Princeton Encyclopedia of Poetry & Poetics; 1993, p733 

    The article presents a definition of the term MARXIST CRITICISM. In spite of the radical changes that Marxist (hereafter M.) thought has undergone, esp. since the 1960s, the abiding spirit of the crit. associated with the M. trad, can still be traced to Marx's 11th thesis on Keuerbach: "The...

  • Literature and Life.
    RAIPURI, AKHTAR HUSAIN // Annual of Urdu Studies; 2011, Vol. 26, p128 

    An essay is presented on the many waves of novel thoughts and literary movements in India. It mentions its proclamation of progressive literary movement in India and role as an effort of Marxist literary criticism. It notes its representation of revolutionary view which led in the establishment...

  • HISTORICAL CRITICISM AND CONTEMPORARY POETRY.
    Watkins, Evan // Contemporary Literature; Fall81, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p556 

    Examines the problem of Marxist critical practice through the book 'The Prison Notebooks,' by Antonio Gramsci. Relationship among art, criticism and the struggle for civilization; Insistence of Gramsci of the presence of the 'artistic problem'; Concern of Gramsci over the 'historicizing' of ...

  • Reply to Ryerson.
    Grayson, J. Paul // Canadian Review of Sociology & Anthropology; May83, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p222 

    In his review of "Class, State, Ideology and Change: Marxist Perspectives on Canada," Stanley Ryerson, protector of the Faith and Grand Inquisitor of Canadian Marxism, engages in one of his favourite pastimes, counting the number of proletarians who can dance on the head of the Marxist pin. As...

  • Marxism and Religion: A Description and Assessment of the Marxist Critique of Christianity.
    Zwaga, Wiebe // New Zealand Sociology; 1988, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p67 

    The article reviews the book "Marxism and Religion: A Description and Assessment of the Marxist Critique of Christianity," by David McLellan.

  • CLASS STRUGGLE at the Movies ?
    Forsyth, Scott // Cineaction; Winter88/89, Issue 15, p39 

    The article relates the Marxist criticism on connecting art and social class struggle to the function of criticism. It argues that in seeing art historically, one can detect conflict and crisis in social relations and discover the historical, political and social imperatives associated with it....

  • A theory of critique...in practice: practice as critique.
    Francis, Mary Anne // Journal of Visual Art Practice; 2008, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p241 

    Addressing an artist's engagement with critique as embodied in an instance of a formalised research process, this text elaborates three distinct phases of association. First it looks at one particular theory of critique that informed the conception of an art-work. Then it looks at how the...

  • Critique as alibi: moral differentiation in the art market.
    Malik, Suhail // Journal of Visual Art Practice; 2008, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p283 

    Critique takes a key role in the political economy of contemporary art's marketization. It gives substance to a moral involvement in contemporary art that is operationally central to the distinction between its primary and secondary markets. In so doing, critique serves to maintain the grip of...

  • Marxism and Form Now.
    Nilges, Mathias // Mediations; Spring2010, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p67 

    An essay is presented on Marxism in the twenty-first century. It highlights the basic principles of a Marxist formalist method for contemporary events. It tackles on the dialectical connection between literary form and form of thought on how we discuss literature. It expresses the direction of...

  • The Biopolitical Unconscious: Toward an Eco-Marxist Literary Theory.
    Medovoi, Leerom // Mediations; Spring2010, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p123 

    An essay is presented on ecocriticism as dialectically assimilated to the project of cultural criticism and Marxist literary criticism. It offers a description on ecocriticism as an analysis to modern literature. It notes that Marxist literary criticism should be inflected in a new way. It...

  • How to stop paying lip-service to class--and why it won't happen.
    Markels, Julian // Nordic Journal of English Studies; Jun2012, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p108 

    The article discusses the return of class as the primary component of literary critical discourse, with emphasis on ending the payment for lip-service to class. It notes the understanding of class bearing on people's literatures, cultures and lives through Marxian ideas. It points out that...

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