Marxism and deconstruction: a critical articulation
"A powerful riposte, both to Marxists who revile deconstructionism for its supposed liberal-bourgeois quietism, and to those among the current deconstructors who seem to invite that charge."--Christopher Norris, Times Literary Supplement.
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A Primer A Critique The Politics Of
Marx and Derrida
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