neo-Marxist

neo-Marxist

denoting any recent theorists and theories which draw on Marx's thinking, or on the Marxist tradition, while at the same time revising and reorienting this, e.g. SARTRE's existentialist Marxism or HABERMAS's critical theory See also MARXIST SOCIOLOGY, MARXISM.
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She added that "lying in wait (is Jeremy Corbyn's) neo-Marxist government ready to take over".
Financing of the far-left and neo-Marxist organizations in Poland
However, Bourdieu's engagement with the Neo-Marxist theoretic trope of 'hegemony'--which the Subaltern school, inspired by Ranajit Guha, has so eloquently revisited (2)--leaves room for explication, precisely because it has curious overlaps with one of his oft-cited keywords: 'symbolic power.
Next, Mapindani Aleck in "Elite Ideological Advocacy: Perspectives on Neo-Marxian Theory on Education in Zimbabwe" argues that the educational system in Zimbabwe is shaped and defined by the neo-Marxist principle of viewing the education system as an extension of the bourgeoisie ethics and morals in line with their definition of pedagogic relevance.
The republican-liberal opposition came into being between 1975 and 1985 in response to three convergent changes: in the economy, the end of Les Trente Glorieuses (the "thirty glorious years" of rapid economic growth that followed the end of World War II); in politics, the "implosion of Gaullism" (which epitomized the tradition of the strong state) and the inability of the left-wing government elected in 1981 to effect radical economic change; and in intellectual life, the abrupt disappearance of once-pervasive neo-Marxist influences.
I come from and hope to have helped develop Marxist and neo-Marxist traditions in education and still ground much of my work within them.
Little did I realize I had forked over so much money to support neo-Marxist drivel.
Academicians in the humanities ought to take note of this premise, which implies that, despite literary scholars' efforts over several decades to use creative works as pretexts for advancing progressive, socialist, neo-Marxist, and generally left-wing politics, the worth of literature is not in political appropriation, but in humane education; more fundamentally, the importance of literature is enjoyment.
He may be accused of being a neo-Marxist, rehashing outdated social models, and committing professional suicide in his attempt to criticise the reigning anti-socialist view of western intelligence, but his basic assumptions can not be dismissed that easily.
Topics include globalization and the redefinition of citizenship, a Marxist view of the critical citizen, the role of cultural analysis in citizenship education that responds to Marxist and poststructural perspectives, citizenship education and gender, citizenship education and war, the role of democratic tolerance in religious instruction, the position of Israel's Orthodox minority in society, the relationship between Jewish law and secular democracy, and neo-Marxist and poststructural critiques of the diversity liberalism model of citizenship.
Cultural studies, writes Hayden White, "is a neo-Marxist activity".
In the twentieth century, to take the examples on which Sharp focuses, movements as diverse as neo-Marxist critics of ideology, neo-Hegelian feminists, and even some environmentalists have based their views on the special status of human beings.