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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Produktivkrafternas historiska utveckling

Eriksson, Tom January 2015 (has links)
Denna uppsats kommer försöka svara på frågan: “Hur kommer det sig att produktivkrafterna har en tendens att utvecklas genom historien?”, via en granskning och utarbetning av G. A. Cohens historiematerialism. Den kommer bemöta de problem som medföljer Cohens teori och dessutom framföra en lösning som till stor del är hämtad från teorier ur den autonoma marxismen. Det argument som bör ses som en grund för hela uppsatsen säger att produktivkrafternas historiska utveckling sker som en följd av människans intresse av att ha makt över sin egen aktivitet. Argumentet kommer både att försvaras och utarbetas för att visa hur det är relevant som förklaring till en av historiematerialismens mest grundläggande antaganden.
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The principal contributions of the Socialist Party of Great Britain to the development of Marxian political and economic theory

Perrin, David Anthony January 1993 (has links)
The life expectancy of political organisations who claim to stand in the Marxist tradition is often short. Differences over aspects of theory, sometimes masking clashes of personality, ensure that there is a continual flow of splits and sects whose theoretical deliniations are slight enough to confuse the most avid observers. When a Marxist organisation endures for nearly a century with its objective, principles and overall perspective intact, its very uniqueness should be enough to command attention. When it can endure with a set of principles and a revolutionary outlook that sets it apart from the great bulk of those.using the epithet 'Marxist', then this is doubly so. The Socialist Party of Great Britain (SPGB) is just such an organisation. Founded in 1904, it is the oldest existing Marxist organisation in Britain, and one of the oldest in the World. Its uniqueness of outlook is largely a product of its adherence to what could be described as 'classical Marxism' and it is one of the few Marxist parties still surviving which refuses (now as in the past) to support the basic tenets of Leninism in any shape or form. If these facts alone are enough to make this political party an object of interest, it has not been reflected in the literature, or rather the lack of it, dealing with the SPGB. It is fair to say that it has suffered the fate of being relegated to the status of an historical footnote in many academic works, rarely receiving the degree of serious study that it merits. Part of the object of this thesis is to correct this imbalance, bearing in mind that while the SPGB has survived the post-war era intact, many of the Organisations which have derided it as an irrelevant sect or a 'Marxist club' have floundered or perished - the Communist Party and the Independent Labour Party being notable examples. The focus of this thesis is the specific contributions that the SPGB has made to the development of Marxian thought, in both political philosophy and economy theory. Basing itself on Marx's labour theory of value and his theory of social development, the SPGB has, by responding to world events, applied Marxian theory in a particularly distinctive manner. This thesis does not deal exhaustively with the contributions of the SPGB, but focuses on eight specific areas in which the Party has shown a willingness to apply Marxian theory in such a way that it has clearly distinguished itself from other 'Marxist' or 'left-wing' political organisations. These range from its claim at its found'ation to have resolved the 'reform or revolution' dilemma, through to its recent response to the ascendant free-marketeers who claimed that socialist planning, as advocated by Marx and Engels, was a practical impossibility. Other chapters examine in detail the SPGB' s views on war, democracy ~ Russia, economic crises, inflation and the welfare state, providing a systematic account of the SPGB's political and economic positions hitherto unavailable outside of the Party's own publications.
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The Situationist International : a case study of its contribution to political theory

Barnard, Adam Macleod January 2002 (has links)
No description available.
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Prolegomena to an economic anthropology of capitalism

Micocci, Andrea January 1998 (has links)
No description available.
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Vägen till kvinnans hjärta-via radikalfeminism eller marxism?

Nordenbro, Malena January 2006 (has links)
Denna studie behandlar konflikten mellan radikalfeminism och marxism i Sverige på 1970-talet. Syftet är att visa hur denna ideologiska konflikt yttrade sig i praktiken när de båda kvinnoorganisationerna Grupp 8 och Arbetets Kvinnor debatterade om sexualitet, abort samt moderskap och barnuppfostran. Materialet som använts i studien är dessa båda organisationers egna tidskrifter. Studien visar hur Grupp 8: s och Arbetets Kvinnors skilda åsikter gällande de ovan nämnda frågorna var beroende av deras ideologiska tillhörighet.
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Vägen till kvinnans hjärta-via radikalfeminism eller marxism?

Nordenbro, Malena January 2006 (has links)
<p>Denna studie behandlar konflikten mellan radikalfeminism och marxism i Sverige på 1970-talet. Syftet är att visa hur denna ideologiska konflikt yttrade sig i praktiken när de båda kvinnoorganisationerna Grupp 8 och Arbetets Kvinnor debatterade om sexualitet, abort samt moderskap och barnuppfostran. Materialet som använts i studien är dessa båda organisationers egna tidskrifter. Studien visar hur Grupp 8: s och Arbetets Kvinnors skilda åsikter gällande de ovan nämnda frågorna var beroende av deras ideologiska tillhörighet.</p>
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Identity, dissatisfaction and political activity : the experience of east German women since unification

Wagener, Debra Lorraine January 2002 (has links)
This thesis is an investigation into the integration of east German women into the Federal Republic following German unification. It draws on oral history interviews to examine the existence of a distinctive identity amongst east German women and concludes that their opinions and values reflect the Marxist Feminist principles upheld in the GDR, with particular reference to the belief in the importance of paid employment for the emancipation of women. The thesis also investigates the nature of dissatisfaction with the Federal Republic amongst east German women and concludes that a lack of fulfilment of expectations arising from socialisation in the GDR has led to a level of dissatisfaction amongst east German women which could act as a stimulus for political mobilisation. Finally, the thesis investigates the links between dissatisfaction and political activity amongst east German women and concludes that they display both political will and ability despite disempowerment in the GDR but also that there are signs of characteristics specific to east German women relating to disillusion and withdrawal. It also notes, however, that east German women have recorded signficant achievements in retaining more typically 'east German biographies' and that their individual resistance to change may prove to be their most powerful political weapon.
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Recent interpretations of historical materialism

Hwang, Richard Ruey-Chyi January 1991 (has links)
No description available.
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The officer fetish

Van Meter, Larry Allan 17 February 2005 (has links)
The Officer Fetish examines the fetishized American military officer and the marginalized American enlisted man as they appear in post-World War II American film, television, and literature. The fetishized officer, whose cathexis is most prominent in the World War II-era propaganda film, has persisted as a convention since the war—a phenomenon that has contributed to the rise of militarism in America. Chapter II lays the foundation of Marxist and Freudian definitions of fetishism and fetishization, and then gauges those definitions with two films, In Which We Serve (1942), a standard World War II propaganda film, and Saving Private Ryan (1997), a film that postures itself as anti-war. Chapter III examines war narratives as a medium that polices class in American culture. The military, with its anti-democratic two-tiered rank system, is attractive to many novels and films because of its strict class boundaries. Chapter IV examines the degree to which so-called anti-war narratives contribute to America’s rising economy of militarism.
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André Breton in Mexico : surrealist visions of an “independent revolutionary” landscape / Surrealist visions of an "independent revolutionary" landscape

Zingg, Nathaniel Hooper 08 August 2012 (has links)
This report analyzes André Breton’s particular brand of travel-writing that emerges from his four-month-long trip to Mexico in 1938 (“Memory of Mexico” from the Minotaure journal, a “Portrait of Frida Kahlo,” and the speech “Visit with Leon Trotsky”). I show how these writings, to a great extent, poeticize the Mexican landscape, rendering it as a “primitive,” innate expression of the surrealist spirit. I also question how surrealist ethnographic practices, as defined in James Clifford’s The Predicament of Culture, might feed into Breton’s poetic elaboration of his travels. In the last section, I examine Breton’s collaboration with Leon Trotsky, “Manifesto for an Independent Revolutionary Art.” Breton and Trotsky declare art to be entirely free from all social constraints imposed from above—it is an aggressive anti-Stalinist document. I discuss how Breton’s more poetic writings of the period—these travelogues I have mentioned—also constitute an attempt to put into practice this manifesto’s creed. As depicted in Breton’s writings, the Mexican landscape itself realizes a type of alternative Marxism—one not beholden to strict historical-materialist doctrine. / text

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