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
The standard economic theory of politics – which should not be confused with the political theory of the economy in the Marxian tradition
This is a view which some might call vaguely ‘Marxist’, but which might more accurately be called simply ‘sociological’, because it is perfectly possible to endorse this view while remaining very sceptical about many analytical and political assumptions of most of the Marxian tradition
The idea of the Cathedral closely resembles Marxian critical theory's understanding of ideology, as an all-encompassing system an prison of the mind.
on Mencius Moldbug
Of all the Marxian and Marxoid schools of thought, Gramsci's is perhaps the most influential today, placing media and culture at the center of political analysis and praxis in a mediated age after the decline of the old labour movement.
It is significant in any case that employees do not need to believe in the Marxian theory of surplus-value in order to feel exploited and engage in struggle.
The passionate temperament of employment, now richer than both the Marxian thesis of naked exploitation and its continuation in the sociology of Fordist consumption implicitly assumed