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

The Dialectic of the Spatial Determination of Capital: Rosa Luxemburg’s Accumulation of Capital Reconsidered

Luxemburg argued that the accumulation of capital hinges not only on the internal temporal dynamics of particular capitalist societies but most of all on capitalism’s spatial penetration and destructi…

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Luxemburg argued that the accumulation of capital hinges not only on the internal temporal dynamics of particular capitalist societies but most of all on capitalism’s spatial penetration and destruction of the non-capitalist world. This essay originally appeared in Logos, Spring 2014 — Editors

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Baztolid-e Ejtema’i, Gardesh-e Sarmayeh va Josteju baraye Jame’e-yi Jadid

Peter Hudis’s introduction to Hassan Mortazavi’s forthcoming translation into Persian of Marx’s Capital, Vol. 2, was published in Critique of Political Economy (Persian) and can be accessed HERE.  – E…

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[Video] Transcending Capitalism, in Theory and in Practice

At a March 16 meeting of the Los Angeles Chapter of the International Marxist-Humaist Organization, Peter Hudis gives an overview of his Marx’s Concept of the Alternative to Capitalism (Haymarket 2013…

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Chera dark-e Marks ra az fara raftan az tolid-e arzesh kand va kav mikonim? Chera aknun?

Summary: This article was translated into Persian by Hassan Mortazavi and Frieda Afary, and published in Critique of Political Economy. The original, entitled “Why Explore Marx’s Concept of the Transc…

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Peter Hudis

Chera dark-e Marks ra az fara raftan az tolid-e arzesh kand va kav mikonim? Chera aknun?

Summary: This article was translated into Persian by Hassan Mortazavi and Frieda Afary, and published in Critique of Political Economy. The original, entitled “Why Explore Marx’s Concept of the Transc…

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Summary: This article was translated into Persian by Hassan Mortazavi and Frieda Afary, and published in Critique of Political Economy. The original, entitled “Why Explore Marx’s Concept of the Transcendence of Value-Production? Why Now?” was published as the introduction to Hudis’s Marx’s Concept of the Alternative to Capitalism (2012). The Persian translation can be accessed HERE – Editors

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A Land of Boundless Possibilities: Comments for Panel Discussion on ‘New Editions of Rosa Luxemburg’s Work’

Peter Hudis, co-editor of the Letters of Rosa Luxemburg and of her Complete Works, discusses the theorist’s invaluable legacy in the context of Verso’s English publication of her Complete Works. The f…

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Peter Hudis, co-editor of the Letters of Rosa Luxemburg and of her Complete Works, discusses the theorist’s invaluable legacy in the context of Verso’s English publication of her Complete Works. The following speech was written for the International Conference on Rosa Luxemburg, held in Paris 4 and 5 October 2013. The text first appeared on the website of Verso Books. – Editors.

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Rosa Luxemburg: Interview with Luxemburg Scholar and Editor, Peter Hudis

Dr. Lenore Daniels, a columnist for Black Commentator Magazine, discusses Rosa Luxemburg’s legacy as a an anti-imperialist thinker and  interviews Peter Hudis, co-editor, along with Georg Adler and An…

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Dr. Lenore Daniels, a columnist for Black Commentator Magazine, discusses Rosa Luxemburg’s legacy as a an anti-imperialist thinker and  interviews Peter Hudis, co-editor, along with Georg Adler and Annelies Laschitza, of The Letters of Rosa Luxemburg (2011). Originally appeared in OpEdNews – Editors

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One Leap Forward, Two Leaps Back: Forward Progress on LGBT Rights vs. Backward Movement on Civil Rights of African Americans

The U.S. Supreme Court’s June 26 decision represents a crucial leap forward for LGBT rights. However, it takes place at the very time that the Court has pushed the country further backward on race rel…

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The U.S. Supreme Court’s June 26 decision represents a crucial leap forward for LGBT rights. However, it takes place at the very time that the Court has pushed the country further backward on race relations – Editors