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Chapter One

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terms
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notes

claim: Marxism is no longer relevant. response: no, cus there is still exploitation

Eagleton, T. (2011). Chapter One. In Eagleton, T. Why Marx Was Right. Yale University Press, pp. 1-8

relating to a church parish; having a limited or narrow outlook or scope

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A good deal of manufacturing was outsourced to cheap wage locations in the "underdeveloped" world, leading some parochially minded Westerners to conclude that heavy industry had disappeared from the planet altogether.

—p.4 by Terry Eagleton
notable
3 years, 5 months ago

A good deal of manufacturing was outsourced to cheap wage locations in the "underdeveloped" world, leading some parochially minded Westerners to conclude that heavy industry had disappeared from the planet altogether.

—p.4 by Terry Eagleton
notable
3 years, 5 months ago
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[...] What bred the culture of postmodernism, with its dismissal of so-called grand narratives and triumphal announcement of the End of History, was above all the conviction that the future would now be simply more of the present. [...]

—p.6 by Terry Eagleton 3 years, 5 months ago

[...] What bred the culture of postmodernism, with its dismissal of so-called grand narratives and triumphal announcement of the End of History, was above all the conviction that the future would now be simply more of the present. [...]

—p.6 by Terry Eagleton 3 years, 5 months ago