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Reflections in Conclusion

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Jameson, F. (2007). Reflections in Conclusion. In Brecht, B. et al Aesthetics and Politics. Verso, pp. 196-219

(adjective) favorably disposed; benevolent / (adjective) being a good omen; auspicious / (adjective) tending to favor; advantageous

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The legacy of German Expressionism provided a more propitious framework for the development of a major debate within Marxism than its contemporary French counterpart, surrealism, was to do

—p.197 by Fredric Jameson
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The legacy of German Expressionism provided a more propitious framework for the development of a major debate within Marxism than its contemporary French counterpart, surrealism, was to do

—p.197 by Fredric Jameson
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[...] Nothing has, of course, more effectively discredited Marxism than the practice of affixing instant class labels (generally 'petty bourgeois') to textual or intellectual objects [...]

lol very self-aware

—p.201 by Fredric Jameson 3 years, 3 months ago

[...] Nothing has, of course, more effectively discredited Marxism than the practice of affixing instant class labels (generally 'petty bourgeois') to textual or intellectual objects [...]

lol very self-aware

—p.201 by Fredric Jameson 3 years, 3 months ago
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[...] The practice of estrangement--staging phenomena in such a way that what had seemed natural and immutable in them is now tangibly revealed to be historical and thus the object of revolutionary change--has long seemed to provide an outlet from the dead end of agitational didacticism in which so much of the political art of the past remains confined. [...]

—p.206 by Fredric Jameson 3 years, 3 months ago

[...] The practice of estrangement--staging phenomena in such a way that what had seemed natural and immutable in them is now tangibly revealed to be historical and thus the object of revolutionary change--has long seemed to provide an outlet from the dead end of agitational didacticism in which so much of the political art of the past remains confined. [...]

—p.206 by Fredric Jameson 3 years, 3 months ago

pertaining to Karl Marx and ideas he explicitly explored in his writings; differs from Marxist in that the latter includes ideas developed by others in the same vein of thought

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the classical Marxian notion of the necessity, during the transition to socialism, of a 'dictatorship of the proletariat'

—p.210 by Fredric Jameson
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the classical Marxian notion of the necessity, during the transition to socialism, of a 'dictatorship of the proletariat'

—p.210 by Fredric Jameson
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make (something abstract) more concrete or real

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The reification of late capitalism--the transformation of human relations into an appearance of relations between things--renders society opaque

—p.212 by Fredric Jameson
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The reification of late capitalism--the transformation of human relations into an appearance of relations between things--renders society opaque

—p.212 by Fredric Jameson
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