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Author: Chris O’Kane

on the formation of the New German Reading of Marx. 1 Before proceeding to these matters, however, I provide a few preliminary remarks on the Anglophone reception of Adorno, which are intended to show the importance of the seminar transcript for Anglophone scholarship on Adorno, Western Marxism, and

In: Historical Materialism

Abstract

The following is the transcript of a lecture taken in shorthand by Hans-Georg Backhaus. The transcript was originally published as an appendix in Hans-Georg Backhaus, Dialektik der Wertform. Untersuchungen zur marxschen Ökonomiekritik (Freiburg: ça ira, 1997), a complete translation of which is forthcoming in the Historical Materialism book series.

In: Historical Materialism
Author: Tom Bunyard

-Form Theory’ is the term that is commonly applied to a strand of Marxian scholarship that emerged from the New German Reading of Marx in the later 1960s, partly in response to Adorno’s teaching, and partly to the publication of Marx’s Grundrisse . It consists of an attempt to re-interpret Marx’s theory of

In: Historical Materialism
Author: Katja Praznik

, welfare state. 28 As Michael Heinrich, a proponent of the New German Reading of Marx [ Neue Marx-Lektüre ], explains, ‘state social welfare measures are usually contingent on the sale of labour-power (or the willingness to sell one’s labour-power).’ 29 That was also the case in the former Yugoslavia

In: Historical Materialism