Demarcation and Demystification

Demarcation and Demystification

Operating as a machine upon the terrain of theoretical truth procedures, philosophy's radical potential describes a militant cartography: interpretation, demarcation, clarification, and demystification.

Demarcation and Demystification

Operating as a machine upon the terrain of theoretical truth procedures, philosophy's radical potential describes a militant cartography: interpretation, demarcation, clarification, and demystification.

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Nov 29, 2019
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Communism, post-communism & socialism, Metaphysics, Political

Synopsis

Marx once declared that philosophers have only interpreted the world, but the point is to change it. Demarcation and Demystification examines the ways in which a radical practice of philosophy is possible under the aegis of Marx's 11th thesis, arguing that philosophy's radicality is discovered by understanding that it can only ever interpret the world; that social transformation lies beyond the sphere of its operations.

'Demarcation and Demystification is a major statement on the gulf between what philosophers actually do, and what they think they do.' Matthew R. McLennan, author of Philosophy and Vulnerability

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