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In this combative, controversial book, Terry Eagleton takes issue with the prejudice that Marxism is dead and done with. Taking ten of the most common. Printed in the United States of America. Library of Congress Cataloging-in- Publication Data. Eagleton, Terry, –. Why Marx was right / Terry Eagleton. p. cm. Don Milligan, Review of Terry Eagleton, Why Marx Was. Right, posted at erry Eagleton ends Why Marx Was Right with this rhetorical question: “Was ever a ppti.info&NOTES_files/ppti.info


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Eagleton, Terry. Why Marx Was Right. New Haven: Yale. University Press, The world is divided into two parts—the one that hears Marxism with discord. poverty and income inequality, and hence prove that Karl Marx was right in calling Taking cue from Terry Eagleton's eloquent defense of Marxism, this article asserts that DATASTATISTICS/Resources/WDI08supplementpdf. ———. PDF | On Jan 1, , Paramjit Singh and others published Book Review: Why Marx was Right.

Why Marx Was Right

There is none of the logical precision, winning prose or intellectual ambition displayed most recently in Eagleton's Yale lectures on faith. Part of the problem is the structure.

This is a work of intellectual rebuttal, as chapter by chapter Eagleton takes on a century of misreading Marx. All of which means he is fighting on an enemy territory of dreary objections.

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For example, there's a long attempt to justify the Bolshevik revolution and the Leninist aftermath, as well as the East German system of childcare — not something, I imagine, Marx and Engels themselves would have bothered with.

The consequence of such deviations is that there is little sense of the anger, brio and bravado of Marx and Engels; none of the humour, irony and creativity so central to the Marxian heritage.

Instead, this book reads like a rapidly crammed set of notes for an American midwest college course. There's an array of lecture-hall style jokes and fairly worthless hyperbole. In no credible sense do one in three children in Britain today "live below the breadline". Thankfully, amid the banalities, there lurk some wonderful passages.

Eagleton is right to stress the centrality of democracy to Marxian communism, as well as explain so successfully the nature of free will within Marx and Engels's account of history. Eagleton also stresses the modernity of Marx's thinking and how, for example, he saw the nature of social class shifting with the progress of capitalism. There is also a touch of the old Eagleton when he deploys Thomas Hardy's Jude the Obscure to explore the interaction of culture and materialism.

‘Why Marx Was Right’ by Terry Eagleton | AudioBook

When it comes to Jude Fawley, we need to appreciate that "Oxford University is the 'superstructure' to Jericho's 'base'. In trying to rebut claims of utopianism, he goes too far in suggesting that "Marxism holds out no promise of human perfection" and "envy, aggression, domination, possessiveness and competition would still exist".

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For onething, why does Marx assume that by and large the produc-tive forces keep evolving? At Wadham, Eagleton ran a well-known seminar on Marxist literary theory which, in the s, metamorphosed into the radical pressure group Oxford English Limited and its journal News from Nowhere: Journal of the Oxford English Faculty Opposition , to which he contributed several pieces.

But there are other grand narratives besides Marxism,such as the history of science or religion or sexuality, whichinteract with the story of class struggle but cannot be reducedto it.

It has, to besure, a very grand narrative to deliver, which stretches all theway from the dawning of civilisation to the present and fu-ture. We face a probablefuture of nuclear-armed states warring over a scarcity of re-sources; and that scarcity is largely the consequence of capital-ism itself. Dismayed by some of the teachings of his supposed followers even in his lifetime, Marx famously declared that he was not a Marxist.

If there happened to be both terry eagleton 10 They have relatively independent histories oftheir own. Particularly useful has been his relentless attack on post-modernism.

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