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Tema:   Autor. José María Aricó. Argentina. Ideología.
Autor:   Cortés, Martín
Año:   2013
Título:   Théorie politique marxiste en Amérique latine. Le problème de la traduction dans l'oeuvre de José Aricó [Marxist political theory in Latin America. The issue of translation in the work of José Aricó]
Lugar:   Paris
Editorial/Revista:   Université Paris VIII
Páginas:   385
Idioma:   Francés.
Tipo:   Tesis.
Resumen:   This thesis analyzes the problem of Latin American Marxism as it appears in the intellectual work of Jose Aricó (1931-1991), including both his editorials and the journals he promoted. In order to do so, we shall put forward the concept of “translation”, defined as the work that relates the universal vocation of Marxist theory and the specificity of Latin American reality. We refer to this process as “work”, in opposition to the idea of mere “application” to a given historical situation of concepts already-completed elsewhere. On the contrary, translation is a form of theoretical production, since it involves both an organic articulation with the reality under analysis, as well as the development of theory itself. Our hypothesis is that Aricó's works can be thought as diverse sets of translation exercises of Marxism into Latin America reality. This involves considering, as a philosophical background, that Marxism is not a closed body of doctrine, but a vast, complex and contentious field of ideas. The thesis analysis different instances in which Aricó decomposes and recomposes Marxism in order to conceptualize Latin-America: 1) his attempts to untie Marxism from the various ways in which it has been thought of as positive philosophy of history; 2) his contributions to the delimitation of the national arena as a locus from which to think Marxism; 3) his concern to delimitate political theory as a specific problem and not as a derivation of the sphere of the economy. We argue that these theoretical contributions, as a whole, not only address Latin America problems, but also allow us to rethink Marxism as such. [Source: Author]
 
 
2001-2019 Universidad de Alicante DOI: 10.14198/bitra
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