Critical Marxism in Mexico: Adolfo Sánchez Vázquez and by Stefan Gandler

By Stefan Gandler

In severe Marxism in Mexico, Stefan Gandler, coming from the culture of the Frankfurt college, finds the contributions that Adolfo Sánchez Vázquez and Bolívar Echeverría have made to common notion. whereas in recent years Latin the United States has taken its distance from worldwide energy facilities, and reorganised its political and fiscal family, in philosophy an identical tendency is only seen. severe Marxism in Mexico is a contribution to the reorganisation of foreign philosophical dialogue, with serious conception because the aspect of departure.

Despite having studied in Europe, the place philosophical Eurocentrism continues to be virulent, Gandler opens his eyes to a different culture of modernity and gives an account of the existence and philosophy of Adolfo Sánchez Vázquez and Bolívar Echeverría, former senior school contributors on the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM).

Show description

Read or Download Critical Marxism in Mexico: Adolfo Sánchez Vázquez and Bolívar Echeverría (Historical Materialism Book Series, Volume 87) PDF

Similar marxism books

The Principle of Hope, Volume 1 (Studies in Contemporary German Social Thought)

"Ernst Bloch's precept of wish is among the key books of our century. half philosophic hypothesis, half political treatise, half lyricvision, it truly is workout a deepening impact on suggestion and on literature. .. . No political or theological appropriations of Bloch's leviathan can exhaust its visionary breadth.

The Beginning of History: Value Struggles and Global Capital

Francis Fukuyama may possibly claim the "end of history", and neoliberal capital embraces this trust. although, the various struggles for commons and dignity round the planet demonstrate a special truth: that of the start of heritage. The conflict among those views is the subject material of this booklet.

Žižek's Politics

A severe creation to the political considered probably the most vital, unique and enigmatic philosophers writing at the present time. Zizek's Politics offers an unique interpretation and defence of the Slovenian philosopher's radical critique of liberalism, democracy, and worldwide capital.

Back to the Future of Socialism

• What’s long past flawed with capitalism, and the way may still governments reply?
• Did great executive or monstrous banking reason the worldwide monetary trouble?
• Is the reply austerity or funding in progress; untrammelled marketplace forces or rules for the typical stable?

Anthony Crosland’s the way forward for Socialism supplied a creed for governments of the guts left until eventually the worldwide banking quandary.

Now Peter Hain, drawing on over fifty years of expertise in politics, revisits this vintage textual content and offers a stimulating political prospectus for this day. Hain argues that capitalism is now extra financially risky and unfair, effective yet liable to paralysis, dynamic yet discriminatory. A rousing substitute to the neoliberal, right-wing orthodoxy of our period, Hain’s new ebook will be learn via each person attracted to the way forward for the left.

Extra info for Critical Marxism in Mexico: Adolfo Sánchez Vázquez and Bolívar Echeverría (Historical Materialism Book Series, Volume 87)

Example text

5. 23 Líster 1966, p. 4. ‘The Second World War began in Spain’, wrote Bowers, at that time ambassador of the United States in Spain (Bowers 1955, p. viii. Cited according to Álvarez 1989, p. 21).  A connection between the Spanish Civil War and the Second World War can be established, moreover, by the fact that, as a result of the long resistance against the Francoite coup, Franco’s Spain was so weakened and unstable after the Spanish Civil War (1939) that, despite the request from the government of the German Reich, it did not enter the 20 chapter 1 democracies with regard to the Spanish Civil War, as well as the internal struggles in the Republican camp (particularly between socialists, communists, and anarchists) and the fatal role played by the Soviet Union, shed light on the combination of political and social events contributing to making possible that which – as the rupture of civilisation – would rewrite history.

1 The above-described rebellion against this unwritten law, especially against the Eurocentrism contained within it, is not an end in itself, but rather has a specific motive in existing reality. The weakness of the social forces committed to the emancipation of human beings from oppression and exploitation is not mainly a consequence of these forces being insufficiently ‘popular’, but rather very often due to the fact that they do not appear to represent any alternative to the existing order. This impression is not always deceptive.

40 Enrique Líster would later speak of the Commissariat in more eulogistic terms: The ‘Talent Battalion’ was a magnificent combat unit; each of its men, firing with his pen and his word, represented many times more than ten and more than even a hundred combatants firing their rifles. 44 Sánchez Vázquez, who was supposed to carry out a special mission for the General Staff, remained in Spain. When he attempted to make it to the French border, he nearly fell into the hands of the Francoites. 45 He stayed in the Spanish consulate of that city until the fall of Madrid, and with it 40 Sánchez Vázquez 1985a.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.54 of 5 – based on 16 votes