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Our recent publication of Marx’s Literary Style has us reflecting on some of the other great works of Literary Theory that we’ve published over the years.
"The relation between concepts, categories and metaphors is among the salient concerns of Silva’s study"–Alberto Toscano introduces Marx's Literary Style.
A true understanding of Marx’s work requires a careful study of his literary choices.
Essential Verso reading on Marx's extraordinary life and work.
David Harvey tackles Marx's notebooks that have spawned wide-ranging and raging controversies.
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“Gornick’s language is so fresh and so blunt; it’s a quintessentially American voice, and a beautiful one.” – Dwight Garner, New York Times
“Judith Butler is the most creative and courageous social theorist writing today.” – Cornel West
“Ali remains an outlier and intellectual bomb-thrower; an urbane, Oxford-educated polemicist.” — Observer
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A useful guide to the new titles we published in January!
In this short article, Jean-Baptiste Fressoz explores the paradox of Bruno Latour's materialism as a historian and sociologist of science and his idealism as a philosopher of ecology.