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Politeia
2018, vol. 8, br. 16, str. 39-56
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: izvorni naučni članak
doi:10.5937/politeia0-20022

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Ka kulturnoj političkoj ekonomiji - zamišljeni susret Marksa, Gramšija i Fukoa
Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion of the Lancaster University, United Kingdom

e-adresa: n.sum@lancaster.ac.uk

Sažetak

U ovom radu razmatra se mogući razvoj Marksovog nasljeđa dvije stotine godina od njegovog rođenja. On predstavlja odgovor na uticaj post-strukturalizma i 'kulturnog obrata' povezanog s njim na akademske marksističke analize tako što ispituje materijalne i diskurzivne dimenzije promjenjivih društvenih odnosa u kapitalističkim društvenim formacijama. U ovom značenju, predlaže se pristup kulturne političke ekonomije da bi se premostio jaz između konstruktivizma i strukturalizma. Nagovještava se, uzimajući u obzir Marksovo dugotrajno zanimanje za jezik i znakovne procese kao ključne aspekte kritike ekonomskog, političkog i društvenog života, da se njegova djela mogu čitati kao prvi oblik kulturne političke ekonomije. Dalje, navodi se da se Marksov doprinos kritici može pojačati tumačenjem kroz prizmu rada dvojice kritičkih teoretičara novije generacije, Antonija Gramšija i Mišela Fukoa. U skladu s tim, u radu se ova tri autora postavljaju u isti vremenski okvir, da bi se istražila veza između semiotičkih i ne-semiotičkih aspekata društvenih odnosa, te da se nakon toga identifikuju četiri oblika selektivnosti kao oruđa za ispitivanje stvaranja hegemonije i preoblikovanja društvenih odnosa.

Ključne reči

Kulturna politička ekonomija; Marks; Gramši; Fuko; selektivnost; diskurs

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