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Kevin B. Anderson

Marx plus que dans les marges

Summary: This article was translated into French and published in La Brêche. It is a translation of the conclusion of Marx at the Margins The French translation of the conclusion can be accessed HERE …

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Summary: This article was translated into French and published in La Brêche. It is a translation of the conclusion of Marx at the Margins The French translation of the conclusion can be accessed HERE – Editors. 

Isabelle Garo

Le peuple chez Marx, entre proletariat et nation

Summary: To be sure, Marx referred to the proletariat in an internationalist sense, across national boundaries. He also, on occasion, used the category of the “people,” the latter often in terms of na…

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Summary: To be sure, Marx referred to the proletariat in an internationalist sense, across national boundaries. He also, on occasion, used the category of the “people,” the latter often in terms of national oppression or liberation. His support for the Irish people’s struggle for national emancipation is given particular attention – Editors

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Raya Dunayevskaya

Subjectivisme et politique

Summary: A critique and an appreciation of Trotsky as revolutionary and as thinker (translated into French and published by A L’encontre) — Editors

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Summary: A critique and an appreciation of Trotsky as revolutionary and as thinker (translated into French and published by A L’encontre) — Editors

Gilberto López y Rivas

Le marxisme humaniste de Raya Dunayevsakaya

Summary: This year the centenary of the birth of the theoretician and revolutionary Marxist Raya Dunayevskaya is being celebrated. Originally appeared SolidaritéS, No. 169, March 6, 2010. -E ditors

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Summary: This year the centenary of the birth of the theoretician and revolutionary Marxist Raya Dunayevskaya is being celebrated. Originally appeared SolidaritéS, No. 169, March 6, 2010. -E ditors

Isabelle Garo

Le peuple chez Marx, entre proletariat et nation [The People According to Marx: Between Proletariat and Nation]

Summary: To be sure, Marx referred to the proletariat in an internationalist sense, across national boundaries. He also, on occasion, used the category of the “people,” the latter often in terms of na…

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Summary: To be sure, Marx referred to the proletariat in an internationalist sense, across national boundaries. He also, on occasion, used the category of the “people,” the latter often in terms of national oppression or liberation. His support for the Irish people’s struggle for national emancipation is given particular attention – Editors

Kevin B. Anderson

Rosa Luxemburg: Feministe et révolutionnaire

Summary: Comme étudiant de Raya Dunayevskaya, qui travaille sur Rosa Luxemburg, je voudrais faire quelques remarques sur son dernier livre qui porte sur Marx, Luxemburg et le mouvement de libération d…

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Summary: Comme étudiant de Raya Dunayevskaya, qui travaille sur Rosa Luxemburg, je voudrais faire quelques remarques sur son dernier livre qui porte sur Marx, Luxemburg et le mouvement de libération des femmes et s’intitule : Rosa Luxemburg, Women ‘s Liberation and Marx’s Philosophy of Revolution (New Jersey, Humanities Press et Sussex, Harvester Press, 1982). Je ne peux pas résumer, ici toute la conception de Dunayevskaya de la dialectique de Marx.