Beyond Capital: Toward a Theory of Transition
Monthly Review Press, 1 déc. 2000 - 994 pages
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of the party itself through the links which it must have to other bodies and
institutional/organizational forms. In other words, in Lukács's theoretical
framework the dialectic of history in relation to the party could never be thought of
as a dynamic ...
from the very moment of joining the Hungarian Communist Party as one of its first
recruits. However, putting the record straight on this score does not make the
problems themselves any easier. It only helps to explain why Lukács must define
The first concerns the relationship between literary creation and the party (i.e. the
question of party discipline to which creative intellectuals should or should not be
required to conform); and the second, the role of the intellectuals in general in ...
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