Peter Hudis

Peter Hudis, PhD (2011) in Philosophy, Loyola University Chicago, is Professor of Humanities and Philosophy, Oakton Community College. He has published extensively on Marxist theory and is General Editor of The Complete Works of Rosa Luxemburg.

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Peter Hudis,
Juraj Katalenac

Envisioning Communism: An Interview with Peter Hudis

Interview with Peter Hudis on his Marx’s Concept of the Alternative to Capitalism and on his work on Rosa Luxemburg. This article was first published in The Ritual, Issue 0 – Editors.

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Interview with Peter Hudis on his Marx’s Concept of the Alternative to Capitalism and on his work on Rosa Luxemburg. This article was first published in The Ritual, Issue 0 – Editors.

Peter Hudis,
Saeed Rahnema

Mas’aleh-ye Gozar az Sarmayehdari Goftoguy-e Saeed Rahnema ba Peter Hudis [The Question of the Transition from Capitalism: Saeed Rahnema’s Dialogue with Peter Hudis]

Summary: This article was translated into Persian by Saeed Rahnema and published in Naqd-e Eqtesad-e Siasi. The English version is not yet available. The Persian version can be accessed HERE – Editors

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Summary: This article was translated into Persian by Saeed Rahnema and published in Naqd-e Eqtesad-e Siasi. The English version is not yet available. The Persian version can be accessed HERE – Editors

Peter Hudis

Marx’s Concept of the Alternative to Capitalism

Summary: Presentation to Open University of the Left, Chicago, April 18, 2015. Covers Marx on the alternative to capitalism, worker cooperatives, and overcoming value production, with discussion from…

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Yes, There Is An Alternative – And It Can Be Found in Marx

Although few questions are more important than whether a viable alternative to capitalism is possible, radical theory has tended to shy away from directly engaging the issue—even when the theoretical…

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From Philosophy to Organization and Back: Marxist-Humanist Tasks and Perspectives

Discusses new interest in Marxist humanism in Eastern Europe, the relation of economics to philosophy in Piketty and Marx, and that of philosophy to organization for Marxist-Humanism, from Dunayevskay…

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Discusses new interest in Marxist humanism in Eastern Europe, the relation of economics to philosophy in Piketty and Marx, and that of philosophy to organization for Marxist-Humanism, from Dunayevskaya to today; slightly edited version of a presentation to the Convention of the International Marxist-Humanist Organization, July 26, 2014 in Chicago – Editors

Peter Hudis

Dialektik-e ta’ayon-e makani-ye sarmayeh: Bazbini-ye ketab-e anbasht-e sarmayeh-e lukzamburg

Summary: This article was translated into Persian by M. Saberi and published in Critique of Political Economy. The original, entitled “The Dialectic of the Spatial Determination of Capital: Rosa Luxem…

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Summary: This article was translated into Persian by M. Saberi and published in Critique of Political Economy. The original, entitled “The Dialectic of the Spatial Determination of Capital: Rosa Luxemburg’s Accumulation of Capital Reconsidered,” was published in Logos 13:1-2, Spring 2014 and can be accessed HERE. The Persian translation can be accessed HERE.  — Editors

Peter Hudis

Dialektik-e ta’ayon-e makani-ye sarmayeh: Bazbini-ye ketab-e anbasht-e sarmayeh-e Lukzamburg

Summary: This article was translated into Persian by M. Saberi and published in Critique of Political Economy. The original, entitled “The Dialectic of the Spatial Determination of Capital: Rosa Luxem…

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Peter Hudis,
Tom O’Brien

Irish Left Review Interview on Marx’s Concept of the Alternative to Capitalism

Summary: Discusses issues such as what Marx had to say about post-capitalist societies, and the reluctance of those on the left to talk about what it might actually look like, as well as the role of t…

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[Video] Talk in Slovenia on Marx’s Concept of the Alternative to Capitalism

Talk by Peter Hudis on his book, Marx’s Concept of the Alternative to Capitalism, at the Institute for Workers’ Education, Turbarjeva House of Literature, Ljubljana, Slovenia, with discussion by parti…

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