Poststructuralism, Marxism, and Neoliberalism
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Poststructuralism, Marxism, and Neoliberalism

Between Theory and Politics
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ISBN-13:
9781461641100
Seiten:
176
Autor:
Michael A. Peters
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

This introduction to the politics of poststructuralism focuses on two interrelated themes: the culture of Western Marxism and contemporary neoliberal capitalism. Poststructuralism is not a form of anti-Marxism, Peters argues; indeed, poststructural philosophers view themselves in some kind of relationship to the legacy of Marx. Either they have been Marxist or still view themselves as Marxist. In a post-Marxist era they have invented new ways of reading and writing Marx. Peters critically engages neoliberalism, an ideology that is committed to the revitalization of homo economicus and neoclassical economics. This book is a deconstruction of neoliberalism, considered as a world-historical political project aimed at a form of globalisation.

This introduction to the politics of poststructuralism focuses on two interrelated themes: the culture of Western Marxism and contemporary neoliberal capitalism. Poststructuralism is not a form of anti-Marxism, Peters argues; indeed, poststructural philosophers view themselves in some kind of relationship to the legacy of Marx. Either they have been Marxist or still view themselves as Marxist. In a post-Marxist era they have invented new ways of reading and writing Marx. Peters critically engages neoliberalism, an ideology that is committed to the revitalization of homo economicus and neoclassical economics. This book is a deconstruction of neoliberalism, considered as a world-historical political project aimed at a form of globalisation.
Chapter 1 Introduction: The Politics of Poststructuralism

Chapter 2 Poststructuralist Marxisms

Chapter 3 Lyotard, Performativity, and the Problem of Capitalism

Chapter 4 Derrida, Neoliberalism, and Democracy to Come

Chapter 5 Foucault, Neoliberalism, and the Governance of Welfare

Chapter 6 Deluze's "Societies of Control": From Disciplinary Pedagogy to Perpetual Training in the Knowledge Economy

Chapter 7 Neoliberalism, Individualism and Global Futures

Chapter 8 Bibliography

Chapter 9 Index