Reading on Karl Marx’s 200th anniversary

karl marx anniversary

There’s nothing like marking Karl Marx’s bicentenary reading these “Red” newspapers!
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And, read “Karl Marx@200: Debating Capitalism and Perspectives for the Future of Radical Theory“, an interesting Communication, Capitalism & Critique (open-access) special issue, featuring thought- and action-provoking articles by David Harvey, Michael Hardt, Toni Negri, Erik Olin Wright, Slavoj Žižek, Silvia Federici, Ingo Schmidt, and others — edited by Christian Fuchs and Lara Monticelli. The issue ends with a full English translation of Rosa Luxemburg’s essay “Karl Marx”, originally published in March 1903.

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2 Responses to Reading on Karl Marx’s 200th anniversary

  1. gideshet says:

    hi oleg,

    shlomo avineri’s article on marx in ha’aretz on friday is worth reading because basically he writes that marx is the real father of social democracy and a vehement anti bolshevik.

    On 5 May 2018 at 03:25, Economic Sociology and Political Economy wrote:

    > Oleg Komlik posted: ” There’s nothing like marking Karl Marx’s bicentenary > reading these “Red” newspapers! [image: 😉] And, read “Karl Marx@200: > Debating Capitalism and Perspectives for the Future of Radical Theory”, an > interesting Communication, Capitalism & Critique (open-access)” >

    • Oleg Komlik says:

      Thanks Gideon, for recommending that Prof. Avineri’s article, missed it somehow – it’s a really good and profound one!! Thanks, again!

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