Wariacje młodoheglowskie. O rewolucyjnej materii w myśli Marksa, Blocha i Althussera

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Loren Goldman

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Chociaż Ernsta Blocha uważa się często za filozofa abstrakcyjnej i estetycznie pojmowanej nadziei, jego koncepcja konkretnej utopii opiera się na oryginalnej,żywiołowej i materialistycznej ontologii. Wbrew licznym krytykom, artykuł ten wyjaśnia i broni materializm Blocha jako ostatecznie zgodny z projektem Marksowskim. W pierwszej części artykułu materializm Marksa zostaje osadzony w kontekście Lewicy Heglowskiej, a w szczególności Feuerbachowskiego konkretnego ujęcia ludzkiej sprawczości i społecznej emancypacji w naturalistycznych ramach. Dwie kolejne części przedstawiają „Lewicowo-Arystotelejską” koncepcję materii oraz „materializm spotkania” Louisa Althussera jako radykalne, choć taktycznie odmienne wariacje na ten temat.

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Goldman, L. (2020). Wariacje młodoheglowskie. O rewolucyjnej materii w myśli Marksa, Blocha i Althussera. Praktyka Teoretyczna, 35(1), 51-74. https://doi.org/10.14746/prt2020.1.4
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DREAMS OF A BETTER LIFE ‒ RETHINKING MARXISM WITH ERNST BLOCH
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Loren Goldman, Department of Political Science, University of Pennsylvania, Ronald Perelman Center for Political Science and Economics

Loren Goldman is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania. His work has appeared in Political Theory, Analyse & Kritik, Theory & Event, Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society, Journal of the Philosophy of History, William James Studies, The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Political Thought, The Cambridge Habermas Lexicon, and numerous edited volumes. With Peter Thompson, he translated Ernst Bloch’s Avicenna and the Aristotelian Left (Columbia University Press, 2019), for which he also wrote the introduction and annotations. He is currently completing a book on political hope.

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