The antagonistic principle. Marxism and political action

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portada Antagonistic principle

Introduction

Part One
I. Coordinates of a Marxist Theory of Political Action
II. Notes on the Gramscian Concept of Subaltern Classes
III. Subalternity, Antagonism, and Autonomy
IV. Antagonism as Principle
V. Subalternisation and Passive Revolution

Part Two
VI. Methodological Questions
VII. Uses, Omissions, and Distortions in the Concept of Passive Revolution in Latin America
VIII. The End of Progressive Hegemony and the Regressive Turn in Latin America: The End of a Cycle
IX. Post-progressivism and Emancipatory Horizons in Latin America