Category Archives: Karl Marx

David Harvey lecture series in NYC – Marx and Capital: The Concept, The Book, The History

David Harvey lecture series in New York – Marx and Capital: The Concept, The Book, The History. Free and open to the public.

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Top 10 works of fiction by philosophers

Esther Leslie has an interesting piece in The Guardian on fictions by philosophers. Benjamin, Goethe, Marx, Nietzsche et. al. Just one woman in the list. Leslie is one of the translators of Walter Benjamin’s The Storyteller, just out with Verso.

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Genius of the Modern World – BBC documentaries on Marx and Nietzsche

Genius of the Modern World – BBC documentaries on Marx and Nietzsche, presented by Bettany Hughes.

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Review essay on Axelos. An Introduction to Future Ways of Thought: On Marx and Heidegger by Cameron Duncan

Review essay on Kostas Axelos, An Introduction to a Future Way of Thought: On Marx and Heidegger by Cameron Duncan in PhaenEx. Both the essay and the book are available open access. Here’s one key paragraph from the review. Though not well-known … Continue reading

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Kostas Axelos’s Introduction to a Future Way of Thought reviewed at Marx and Philosophy

Kostas Axelos’s Introduction to a Future Way of Thought, which I edited and introduced last year, has been reviewed by George Tomlinson at Marx and Philosophy. It’s a thoughtful and incisive review. Both the review and the book are available open … Continue reading

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Mark Neocleous, The Universal Adversary: Security, Capital and the ‘Enemies of All Mankind’ – a few thoughts

As I’ve previously mentioned, Mark Neocleous, The Universal Adversary: Security, Capital and the ‘Enemies of All Mankind’ is now out with Routledge. Here’s the backcover description: The history of bourgeois modernity is a history of the Enemy. This book is a radical exploration … Continue reading

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Jacques Bidet, Foucault with Marx

Jacques Bidet, Foucault with Marx is now out with Zed books. While I confess to being a bit disappointed with this, the book has some good advance praise from Etienne Balibar and Bob Jessop… ‘The ongoing confrontation between Marx and … Continue reading

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Books interview: David Harvey in Times Higher Education

Books interview: David Harvey in Times Higher Education – Eliot, Shakespeare, Dickens and, of course, Marx. Thanks to dmf for the link.

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Pierre Macherey, ‘The Productive Subject’ in Viewpoint magazine

Pierre Macherey, ‘The Productive Subject‘ in Viewpoint magazine – an interesting discussion of Foucault’s relation to Marx. [Update: a French version is here]

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Marx’s Economic Manuscript of 1864-1865 – the draft of Capital, Vol III – now translated by Brill

Marx’s Economic Manuscript of 1864-1865 – the draft of Capital, Vol III – now translated by Brill. Really expensive at the moment, but a paperback with Haymarket will be released in a year’s time. Translated by Ben Fowkes. Edited and … Continue reading

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