neo-Marxist

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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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Contrary to the beliefs of such neo-Marxists as Bernie Sanders and the Occupy Wall Street movement, wealth and power are less concentrated in democratic/capitalist countries than in socialist ones, and certainly far less than in communist ones, where a tiny minority has near-absolute power.
Nor are those homosexuals who are dissatisfied with their sexual preferences and would like to change them considered members of the group whose "rights" neo-Marxists allegedly defend.
Its personnel, some well-meaning, have long been manipulated into the determined agenda of neo-Marxists, aiming to white-ant all our cultural institutions.
If a company were to try and bribe residents in order to build a nuclear station there would be endless vandalism from the neo-Marxists who have infiltrated Greenpeace and protest marches from the nice but dim Friends of the Earth.
This explanation, of course, is entirely Malesevic's hypothetical extrapolation, which he imputes to an imaginary and monolithic tribe called the neo-Marxists.
A MEMORIAL to a dead IRA chief of staff has been vandalised by neo-Marxists who claim he was a Nazi.
Thus soon after the Derridean explosion of the notion of deconstruction critics engaged themselves in correlating Marxist economic and political theories as reviewed by the neo-Marxists, Foncauldian theory of power, Lacaman philosophy/psychology of language and the notions of human will as expounded by Schopenhauer and Nietzsche.
In sum, this book contains some informative case studies, but overall, it contributes little in the way of unique insights or new directions for future research, and it will be more favorably received by critical neo-Marxists than by mainstream social scientists.
Marx, filtered through neo-Marxists Louis Althusser and Fredric Jameson, was never far from Owens's mind.
In terms of schools of thought or areas, most of the articles in this volume are about Marxists/ neo-Marxists (29 articles), Post Keynesians/Sraffians (27), developmentalists (18), institutionalists (14), and eclectics (12).
While chastened in tone, some US neo-Marxists within academia still cling to a governmental philosophy that was shown by Professor Timothy WickhamCrowley's 1992 study, Guerrillas and Revolution in Latin America, to have little authenticity within Latin America, and appearing to succeed (Cuba and Nicaragua) only as a result of external financial support now vanished with the collapse of the USSR.
While the political left is not united in its views of these issues, many social democrats, neo-Marxists and feminists argue that the welfare state is not a neutral force and that it represents certain interests of segments of the population (big business and powerful key interest groups).