An Interview with Moishe Postone: Marx, Capitalism, and the Possibility of Activism Today

By Jonathan Cook, Benjamin Andrew, and Phedias Christodoulides Moishe Postone is the Thomas E. Donnelley Professor of the College in History, Co-Director of the Center for Jewish Studies, as well as Co-Editor of the Chicago Center for Contemporary Theory. He received a Doctorate of Philosophy in political science/sociology from Goethe University in Frankfurt in 1983. […]

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The Commodification of Anti-Capitalist Sentiment and Possible Paths of Resistance

By Camilla Cannon (Warren Wilson College) 1. Introduction In this paper, I will examine the relationship between the commodification of rebellious sentiment (specifically, anti-capitalist sentiment) in contemporary American capitalist culture and two modes of understanding power described by Michel Foucault: the juridico-discursive theory of power and the diffuse-productive theory of power. Specifically, I will argue […]

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