Rethinking Marxism (RM) is a peer-reviewed journal produced by the Association for Economic and Social Analysis and published by Routledge/Taylor & Francis.

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Volume 27   Issue 2  April 2015

Editors' Introduction

Reading Capital with Being and Time
Joel Wainwright

Prefiguration and Radical Politics in the Twenty-First Century
Mathijs van de Sande

Communicative Affirmation and Foreclosure Politics
Matthew Greaves

Gramsci Monument
Thomas Hirschhorn

Reading Gramsci through Fanon
Noaman G. Ali

State Capitalism vis-à-vis Private Communism
Catherine P. Mulder

Symposium: Contending Economic Theories, by Richard D. Wolff and Stephen A. Resnick
Edited by Chizu Sato

Contending Economic Theories: Which Side Are You On?
David F. Ruccio

Radical Politics and the Proliferation of Difference in Economics
Carole Biewener

"Everyone Engages in Economic Theorizing": Reading Contending Economic Theories for a Theory of Subjectivity
Yahya M. Madra

REMARX
A Marxist Analysis of the High Suicide Rate in Japan

Tony Mckenna

Hypercarceration
Jan Rehmann

REVIEWS
Subalternity, Antagonism, and Autonomy, by Massimo Modonesi
Mursed Alam and Anindya Sekhar Purakayastha

Scritti su Marx: Dialettica, stato, società civile, by Norberto Bobbio
Manuel S. Almeida


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