9781137349811

Rosa Luxemburg Her Life and Legacy

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    9781137349811

  • ISBN10:

    1137349816

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2013-12-18
  • Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
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Summary

As the global economic crisis brought about a reinvigorated analysis of Marxist and socialist study, a reevaluation of Rosa Luxemburg's political philosophy and cosmopolitan pedagogy emerged as an important consideration within the global resurgence in socialist thought. This rethinking of socialism and assessment of Luxemburg's legacy engendered much debate within the pages of New Politics in summer of 2001, creating a space for dialogue that appraised and evaluated socialist metaphysics, human emancipation, and Luxemburg's legacy within the canon of political philosophy. In this volume, Jason Schulman has put together the debates from New Politics into a comprehensive title—providing a revised, expanded outlet for the engaging scholarship that emerged from the journal's pages. Featuring new content and an interview with a leading political theorist, the book casts new light on the debate over Marxist approaches to societal ills while assessing the politics of socialism.

Author Biography

Jason Schulman is Adjunct Assistant Professor of Political Science in the City University of New York system. He is on the editorial boards of New Politics and Democratic Left and is active in the New York City chapter of Democratic Socialists of America.

Table of Contents

Introduction: Reintroducing Red Rosa; Jason Schulman
1. Red Dreams and the New Millennium: Notes on the Legacy of Rosa Luxemburg; Stephen Eric Bronner
2. A Critical Reply to Stephen Eric Bronner; Alan Johnson
3. A Second Reply to Stephen Eric Bronner; David Camfield
4. Rosa Redux: A Reply to David Camfield and Alan Johnson; Stephen Eric Bronner
5. Why Should We Care What Rosa Luxemburg Thought?; Paul Le Blanc
6. Socialist Metaphysics and Luxemburg's Legacy; Michael J. Thompson
7. Rosa Redux Ad Absurdum; Barry Finger
8. Moving On: New Replies to New Critics; Stephen Eric Bronner
9. Between Gospel and Church: Resisting the Canonization of Rosa Luxemburg; Amber Frost
10. Where Do We Go From Here? Rosa Luxemburg and the Crisis of Democratic Capitalism; Chris Maisano
11. Contra Bronner on Luxemburg and Working-Class Revolution; Michael Hirsch
Appendix: Reflections on Red Rosa: An Interview with Stephen Eric Bronner, Jason Schulman

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