Marxism and the Call of the Future: Conversations on Ethics, History, and Politics

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Marxism and the
Call of the Future
Conversations on Ethics,
History, and Politics

BOB AVAKIAN and BILL MARTIN

Foreword by Slavoj Žižek
Preface by Raymond Lotta

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Foreword: On Eggs and Omelets vii
  • Preface xi
  • Series Editor's Introduction: Finding, Forging a Road xvii
  • The Conversions 1
  • 1: History and Responsibility 3
  • 2: Agriculture and Sense of “place” 11
  • 3: Ethics and the Question of Truth 32
  • 4: Agriculture and Ethics 51
  • 5: Ethics 65
  • 6: Legitimating Norms 74
  • 7: Strategies of Imperialism and the Culture Wars 86
  • 8: Legitimation and Fascism 102
  • 9: Postmodern Capitalism 109
  • 10: The Ethical, Interests and Calculation 112
  • 11: Romans and Christians 126
  • 12: History and Contingency 136
  • 13: History and Redemption 140
  • 14: Kant and Hegel 151
  • 15: Social Animals and Their Visions 154
  • 16: Art and Vision 165
  • 17: Calculation, Classes, and Categorical Imperatives 169
  • 18: Postinevitablist Marxism 181
  • 19: Principles and the Real World 187
  • 20: Defining “secular” and Introducing “postsecular” 198
  • 21: Sexuality and Homosexuality 238
  • 22: The Animal Question 263
  • 23: Intellectuals and Revolution 274
  • Bibliography 303
  • Index 307
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