Nate Holdren reviews three recent Marxist books, each of which significantly enriches Marxism as both theory and concrete investigation: Søren Mau’s 'Mute Compulsion', Tony Smith’s 'Beyond Liberal Egalitarianism', and Jack Copley’s 'Governing Financialization'.
Political Philosophy After Forrester’s Rawls — Bo Harvey
Bo Harvey explores the limits and contradictions of liberal political philosophy.
Review of Igor Shoikhedbrod’s Revisiting Marx’s Critique of Liberalism — Bill Bowring
Bill Bowring reviews Igor Shoikhedbrod's recent book Revisiting Marx's Critique of Liberalism.
Retrieving the Critical Dialectic of Right: A Response — Igor Shoikhedbrod
Igor Shoikhedbrod concludes our symposium on his recent book Revisiting Marx's Critique of Liberalism.
Failed Liberal Internationalism and Global Constitutional Questions — Tarik Kochi
Tarik Kochi on why theories of global constitutionalism may be useful for Marxists.
Law and the Settler State (Part Two) — Susan Dianne Brophy
The second part of Susan Dianne Brophy's two-part post on law and the settler state, with reference to Marx, Kant, Kelsen, Agamben, and Fanon.
Constitutionalism: Appearance, Form, and Content — Rob Hunter
Rob Hunter on Marxist and liberal modes of constitutional theory.
Against Legal Fetishism (Part Two) — Umut Özsu
The second part of Umut Özsu's two-part post on law, political strategy, and Trump's "Muslim bans".
Against Legal Fetishism (Part One) — Umut Özsu
The first part of Umut Özsu's two-part post on law, political strategy, and Trump's "Muslim bans".