Heideggerrian Existentialism and Post-Marxism

2006-01-01
In this article, the articulation of Heideggerian existentialism to the post-Marxist theory of politics isexamined critically. With this articulation, post-Marxism aims to grant politics an ontological statusby using concepts which are detached from their philosophical context. The article argues that thisarticulation is problematic, as the theoretical and philosophical problems generated by thisincorporation remain unresolved. However, it also argues that this problematic articulation revealsthe inherent theoretical limitations of post-Marxism, which are basically related to the dissolution of“the social” from the theoretical horizon of post-Marxism.
Citation Formats
K. Ertuğrul, “Heideggerrian Existentialism and Post-Marxism,” pp. 127–134, 2006, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/83412.