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Raya Dunayevskaya

Luxemburg’s Theory of Capital Accumulation. How It Differed with Marx and Lenin

Summary: This article was first published in English in April 1946 in New International and that version can be accessed here:  http://rayadunayevskaya.org/ArchivePDFs/436.pdf  We are publishing the n…

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Summary: This article was first published in English in April 1946 in New International and that version can be accessed here:  http://rayadunayevskaya.org/ArchivePDFs/436.pdf  We are publishing the new Chinese translation of part 1 of this essay  Editors 

Zhang Xiaoming

Report on North American Left

Summary: Report on 2018 Left Forum in NY, including mention of some Marxist-Humanist presenters. Originally appeared in a Chinese journal, here — Editors.

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Summary: Report on 2018 Left Forum in NY, including mention of some Marxist-Humanist presenters. Originally appeared in a Chinese journal, here — Editors.

Raya Dunayevskaya

The 1998 Chinese translation of Raya Dunayevskaya’s Marxism and Freedom

Summary: The 1998 Chinese translation of Raya Dunayevskaya’s Marxism and Freedom (Shenyang: Liaoning Education Press), with a preface by the renowned Marxist humanist philosopher Wang Ruoshui, is now…

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Summary: The 1998 Chinese translation of Raya Dunayevskaya’s Marxism and Freedom (Shenyang: Liaoning Education Press), with a preface by the renowned Marxist humanist philosopher Wang Ruoshui, is now available online.

Zhang Chuanping

Humanistic Interpretation and Criticism of Lenin ‘s Philosophical Notebooks by American Leftist Scholars

Summary: Zhang Chuanping’s “Humanistic Interpretation and Criticism of Lenin ‘s Philosophical Notebooks by American Leftist Scholars,” published in Nanjing Journal of Social Science, 2015 (11). – Edit…

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Summary: Zhang Chuanping’s “Humanistic Interpretation and Criticism of Lenin ‘s Philosophical Notebooks by American Leftist Scholars,” published in Nanjing Journal of Social Science, 2015 (11). – Editors

Peter Hudis

Present Outlook of Publishing the Collected Works of Rosa Luxemburg

Summary: From Wuhan University Journal (China) Vol. 68, No. 6, pp. 17-19 – Editors

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Summary: From Wuhan University Journal (China) Vol. 68, No. 6, pp. 17-19 – Editors

Chuang

Free the Women’s Day Five! Statements from Chinese workers & students

Translation of a statement by the partner of “Da Tu” (Giant Rabbit), one of the feminists detained on March 7, focusing on mutual aid between feminists and workers, with solidarity photos workers have…

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Translation of a statement by the partner of “Da Tu” (Giant Rabbit), one of the feminists detained on March 7, focusing on mutual aid between feminists and workers, with solidarity photos workers have posted online. Followed by translation of a petition by students at Da Tu’s alma mater, Sun Yat-sen University (one of many petitions circulating in China, despite censorship). – Editors

Kevin B. Anderson

Chinese translation of “On Hegel and the Rise of Social Theory: A Critical Appreciation of Herbert Marcuse’s Reason and Revolution, Fifty Years Later”

This article was translated into Chinese and published in Research on Marxist Aesthetics (Shanghai Jiao Tong University). The original was published in Sociological Theory 11:3 (November 1993).

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This article was translated into Chinese and published in Research on Marxist Aesthetics (Shanghai Jiao Tong University). The original was published in Sociological Theory 11:3 (November 1993).

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