The Robinsonade and Capitalist Modernity: a Historical-Critical Approach to the Enduring “Myth” of Robinson Crusoe

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Lithography by Wal Paget (1891). Source: https://victorianweb.org/art/illustration/paget/69.html (imagen escaneada por Philip V. Allingham) By Martín Koval Robinson Crusoe, the castaway who reproduces Western civilisation with the help of nothing but his…

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Feminist irruptions in Marxism. About the publication of the Historical-Critical Dictionary of Marxism-Feminism in Spanish.

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By Ana Miranda Mora The term Marxism-Feminism brings together the history of women’s, or feminist, movements and their alliances and disagreements with the workers' movements, as well as a set…

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Tarjeta de filiación de Adolfo Sánchez Vázquez a las juventudes socialistas (1932)

Adolfo Sánchez Vázquez: Marxism and the Philosophy of Praxis

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Adolfo Sánchez Vázquez's Unified Socialist Youth Membership Card (1932) By Diana FuentesAdolfo Sánchez Vázquez (1905-2011) was the most distinguished Spanish Marxist to seek exile in Mexico. Philosopher, poet, translator and…

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Pétroleuses

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Le Monde illustré. 1871-04-08 (Source: gallica.bnf.fr / Bibliothèque nationale de France)     April 1871, the Paris Commune, “a new power that was truly democratic” (Engels, MEW 22/198), is in…

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