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

Intervjus Petrom Hudisom

This interview with Peter Hudis by Tibor Rutar was published in Slovenian in Tribuna, January 2013, pp. 28-30. Download PDF  

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Chinese Translation of “From the Economic Crisis to the Transcendence of Capital”

Summary: This article was translated into Chinese by the Center for Western Marxism at China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing and published in Chinese Academy of Social Sciences News (…

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Summary: This article was translated into Chinese by the Center for Western Marxism at China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing and published in Chinese Academy of Social Sciences News (Beijing).  Peter Hudis’s original article, “From the Economic Crisis to the Transcendence of Capital,” appeared in English in the International Marxist-Humanist on August 27, 2012 – Editors.

Peter Hudis

Chinese Translation of “From the Economic Crisis to the Transcendence of Capital”

Summary: This article was translated into Chinese by the Center for Western Marxism at China University of Political Science and Law, Beijing and published in Chinese Academy of Social Sciences News (…

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Croatian Translation of Peter Hudis, “From the Economic Crisis to the Transcendence of Capital”

Summary: This article was translated into Croatian by Juraj Katalenac and Hrvoje Kovac and published in the philosophical journal Slobodni Filozovski  (Original English version)  — Editors

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Summary: This article was translated into Croatian by Juraj Katalenac and Hrvoje Kovac and published in the philosophical journal Slobodni Filozovski  (Original English version)  — Editors

Peter Hudis

Croatian Translation of Peter Hudis, “From the Economic Crisis to the Transcendence of Capital”

This article was translated into Croatian by Juraj Katalenac and Hrvoje Kovac and published in the philosophical journal Slobodni Filozovski  (Original English version)  — Editors

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This article was translated into Croatian by Juraj Katalenac and Hrvoje Kovac and published in the philosophical journal Slobodni Filozovski  (Original English version)  — Editors

Peter Hudis

From the Economic Crisis to the Transcendence of Capital

Many on the Left fail to see the current economic crisis as a structural crisis of capitalism in which capital is fighting for a redistribution of value from labor to capital as a means of its own sur…

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Many on the Left fail to see the current economic crisis as a structural crisis of capitalism in which capital is fighting for a redistribution of value from labor to capital as a means of its own survival in the face of the tendential decline in the rate of profit. Without such a recognition, it is very hard to pose the question of a viable alternative to capitalism. Based on a presentation to the July Convention of the International Marxist-Humanist Organization in Chicago – Editors

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New Perspectives on Rosa Luxemburg’s Critique of Global Capitalism

The global economic crisis has highlighted Rosa Luxemburg’s writings on capitalist accumulation and economic crisis in relation to the system’s drive for global expansion.  These writings are evaluate…

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Peter Hudis,
Sasha Lilley

Rosa Luxemburg’s Legacy

Peter Hudis is interviewed by Sasha Lilley on “Against the Grain,” KPFA-FM (Pacifica Radio), San Francisco on the ideas and legacy of revolutionary thinker and leader Rosa Luxemburg. Based upon the Le…

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Chris Cutrone,
Peter Hudis,
Jacqueline Rose

Did Rosa Luxemburg Take Back Her Critique of the Russian Revolution?

The following comments on whether Luxemburg took back her 1918 critique of the Russian Revolution are in response to The Letters of Rosa Luxemburg (Complete Works of Rosa Luxemburg Vol. I). The origin…

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The following comments on whether Luxemburg took back her 1918 critique of the Russian Revolution are in response to The Letters of Rosa Luxemburg (Complete Works of Rosa Luxemburg Vol. I). The original debate on Principia Dialectica, was entitled ‘More on Bolshevik censorship’ – Editors