Cultural Politics and Postmarxism
This chapter argues that the emancipation of history from the bounds of ‘heritage’ or ‘tradition’ depends upon a position that can only be called ‘post-marxist’. It is also concerned with the rethinking of postmodern aesthetics and a reconsideration of the conditions of cultural politics. Through the works of Paul Virilio and André Gorze, this chapter attempts to address the issue of materiality of time as a politico-cultural determinant of value and to resituate culture back in the frame of the idea of growth in a locality.
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