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Historical Materialism: Research in Critical Marxist Theory

HM 22.2 is Now Online





The Blood of the Commonwealth

Author: David McNally

pp.: 3–32 (30)


Editorial Introduction

Author: Giorgio Cesarale

pp.: 33–43 (11)


Towards a Theory of the Integral State

Author: Bruno Bosteels

pp.: 44–62 (19)


Escaping the Throne Room

Author: Ian McKay

pp.: 63–98 (36)


Philosophy of Praxis, Ideology-Critique, and the Relevance of a ‘Luxemburg-Gramsci Line’

Author: Jan Rehmann

pp.: 99–116 (18)


Gramsci’s ‘Non-contemporaneity’

Author: Fabio Frosini

pp.: 117–134 (18)


Neither an Instrument nor a Fortress

Author: Panagiotis Sotiris

pp.: 135–157 (23)


Gramsci without the Prince

Author: Martin Thomas

pp.: 158–173 (16)


The Great Canadian Slump, 1990–92

Author: Geoffrey McCormack

pp.: 174–218 (45)


Book review: Ontology of Production: Three Essays, written by Nishida Kitarō

Author: Viren Murthy

pp.: 219–236 (18)


Book review: Utilitarianism and the Art School in Nineteenth-Century Britain, written by Malcolm Quinn

Author: Dave Beech

pp.: 237–256 (20)


Book review: Spatiality, Sovereignty and Carl Schmitt: Geographies of the Nomos, written by Stephen Legg

Author: Marijn Nieuwenhuis

pp.: 257–285 (29)


Notes on Contributors

pp.: 287–289 (3)

Back Issues

pp.: 290–291 (2)


Volume 22, Issue 2, 2014

ISSN: 1465-4466

E-ISSN: 1569-206X


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