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Author Liu, Jihui
Title East-Asian Marxisms and Their Trajectories.
Imprint Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2017.


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Note Conclusion: materialist dialectic as immanent critique.
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Contents East-Asian Marxisms and Their Trajectories- Front Cover; East-Asian Marxisms and Their Trajectories; Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Notes on contributors; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Marxism, space, time and East Asia; Perspectives of capital: universality, particularity and temporality; Trajectories of Marxisms in Japan, China and Korea; PART I: Perspectives of capital: universality, particularity and temporality; Chapter 1: Deprovincializing Marx: reflections on a cultural dominant; The shadow of history; Time and history; Toward world history; Notes.
Chapter 2: Marx, temporality and modernityToward a renewed encounter with Marx; Theoretical implications of global transformations; Temporality and labor; Contradiction and totality; Social form and subjectivity; Concluding considerations; Notes; Chapter 3: Two kinds of new poor and their future: the decline and reconfiguration of class politics and the politics of the new poor; The new poor and the birth of the new workers; An indeterminate subject: migrant workers, the working class or new workers?; Decreasing employment time, protecting legal rights and political justice; Notes.
Chapter 4: On the simultaneous world revolutionCounter-movements against the state; Kant's "Eternal Peace"; Kant and Hegel; The gift and perpetual peace; The federation of nations as world-system; Notes; PART II: Trajectories of Marxisms in Japan, China and Korea; Chapter 5: Historical difference and the question of East-Asian Marxism; The question of "East-Asian Marxism"; "Uneasy coexistence": Japanese studies and the trope of adaptation; Chakrabarty and the politics of "provincialization"; Historical difference and the question of East-Asian Marxism(s); Notes.
Chapter 6: Value without fetish: problematizing Uno Kōzō's reading of the value formWhat's labor got to do with it?; The method and the object of the Critique of Political Economy; Uno's understanding of the value form and Kuruma's reply; Recapitulating value abstraction as fetish; Final prospects: Karatani Kōjin as an heir to Uno's emphasis on exchange; Notes; Chapter 7: Compradors: the mediating middle of capitalism in twentieth-century China and the world; The comprador in theory; Wang Yanan's theory of bureaucratic capitalism and the comprador in 1930s and 1940s China.
The comprador as mediating middle of global capitalismNotes; Chapter 8: "A vast crucible of electric flame": Shanghai and the emergence of Chinese Marxism; The question of Soviet influence; Shanghai: the face of the "old society"; The advent of the masses; Notes; Chapter 9: Paradoxical routes of the sinification of Marxism: materialist dialectic and immanent critique; The question of the sinification of Marxism; A project of decolonization or a paradoxical-pathological turn?; One divides into two and Mao's theory of contradiction; The struggle between Confucianism and Legalism and its return.
Other Author Murthy, Viren.
Other Title Print version: Liu, Joyce C.H. East-Asian Marxisms and Their Trajectories. Florence : Taylor and Francis, ©2017 9781138919846