Of the Crisis of Marxism


“The crisis of Marxism as an intellectual and political project has been brought to a head by the collapse of the regimes in Russia and Eastern Europe.  These events were overwhelmingly interpreted as entailing the end of the significance not only of ‘Communism’ but also of Marx’s thought.”

—Jonathan E. Pike, From Aristotle to Marx: Aristotelianism in Marxist Social Ontology, 1999


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