Slagmark - Tidsskrift for idéhistorie https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark en-US Artikler bragt i Slagmark tilhører Forlaget Slagmark og må ikke publiceres andetsteds uden forlagets tilladelse. slagmark@cas.au.dk (Slagmarks redaktion) slagmark@cas.au.dk (Slagmarks Redaktion) Mon, 18 Jan 2021 13:04:22 +0100 OJS 3.2.1.4 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Karl Marx – Redaktionelt forord https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124221 Tobias Dias, Magnus Møller Ziegler Copyright (c) 0 https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124221 Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0200 ”La vile multitude” – Marx og Pariserkommunen https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124222 <p>'The VILE MULTITUDE' - MARX AND THE PARIS COMMUNE<br>The entire purpose of Marx’s work is to enable the working class to act as a revolutionary subject, i.e. as its own liberator, destined to overthrow capitalism. However, this paper demonstrates that this view, which has political validity, is supplemented by another more nuanced and more theoretically interesting understanding of revolutionary upheavals in Marx’s work. This more subtle approach is found particularly in his political analyses, and the paper specifically interprets his writings on the Paris Commune in this light. It is argued that in Marx’s analysis of the actual events, it is not the working classes of Paris that make the revolution. Rather, the revolution is triggered by a series of extraordinary circumstances, and by external agents. It produces an undecidedness, here referred to as a multitude, which is only <em>après coup </em>seized and defined by the working classes. Finally, the paper details how this reading has consequences for a Marxist understanding of politics in general and revolutionary upheavals in particular.</p> Andreas Beck Holm Copyright (c) 0 https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124222 Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Den absolutte urets subjekt og dets afkom (Debord, Marx, Badiou, Rancière, Negri) https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124223 <p>THE SUBJETCS OF THE ABSOLUTE WRONG AND ITS OPPSPRING (DEBORD, MARX, BADIOU, RANCIÈRE, NEGRI)<br>The notion of the proletariat as the historical subject has disappeared in radical left-wing theory since the late 1960's. By comparing Guy Debord and the young Marx’s notion of the proletariat with the later notions of transgressive subjectivities, proposed by Alain Badiou, Jacques Rancière and Antonio Negri respectively, the article analyses a split between ‘interior’ and ‘exterior’ in contemporary Marxist and post-Marxist theory.</p> Mikkel Bolt Copyright (c) 0 https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124223 Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0200 ‘Marxcelerationismen’ – Et historiefilosofisk kerneproblem i marxismens historie https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124224 <p>'MARXCELERATIONISM' - A HISTORICO-PHILOSOPHICAL IN THE HISTORY OF MARXISM<br>This article reconstructs anew the correspondence that took place in 1881 between Marx and the Russian revolutionary Vera Zasulich. In this correspondence, initially about the Russian ‘agrarian question’, a much broader historico-philosophical issue was fundamentally at stake: the idea of progress. In the ill-fated history of Marxism the idea of progress has, arguably, served to bolster a politics of modernization partly shielded from criticism by the very fact that it allegedly originated in Marx’s so called theory of history. This article argues, on the contrary, that Marx held no such universal theory of history at all. Instead, Zasulich’s and subsequently Lenin’s appeal to an ‘acceleration’ of the contradictions of capitalism to promote the presumably inevitable historical passage to socialism (a view that this article in a contemporary pun identifies as ‘marxcelerationist’) is construed as part and parcel of a Marxist ideology of progress unequivocally criticized by Marx himself as early as in 1881.&nbsp;</p> Dominique Routhier Copyright (c) 2021 https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124224 Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Den italienske variant – Fra Labriola til Gramsci https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124225 <p>THE ITALIAN CASE - FROM LABRIOLA TO GRAMSCI<br>Taking <em>The Communist Manifesto </em>(1848) as a point of departure, this article intends to emphasize the aporia in the works of Marx between Marx the scientist og Marx the politician, that furthermore reflects some of the main fractures between on one hand the theoretical interpretation of the capitalistic mode of production and on the other hand the strategic approaches characterizing the attempts of the European Socialist parties and the early European labour movement to overcome the ever returning crisis and the deep-rooted class conflicts. The specific Italian experiences offer the opportunity not only to discuss the philosophical and scientific contents of historical materialism but also to reactualize the political categories of democracy vis-à-vis the dictatorship of the proletariat and permanent revolution. In this respect, Antonio Labriola was a leading figure in the Italian debate of Marxism in the years between the 18th and the 19th Centuries, while Antonio Gramsci in the 1930ies revised the Marxist-Leninist tradition in the light of Fascism and the Stalinistic <em>impasse </em>of the Russian revolution.&nbsp;</p> Gert Sørensen Copyright (c) 0 https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124225 Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0200 To breve af Arnold Ruge og Karl Marx https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124226 <p>Indledning til oversættelsen af&nbsp;To breve (1843)</p> Magnus Møller Ziegler Copyright (c) 0 https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124226 Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0200 To breve (1843) https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124227 <p>To breve (1843) af Arnold Ruge og Karl Marx oversat af&nbsp;Magnus Møller Ziegler</p> Karl Marx, Arnold Ruge; Magnus Møller Ziegler Copyright (c) 0 https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124227 Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Den dobbelte fordrejning: Begrebet fetichisme i kritikken af den politiske økonomi https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124228 <p>THE DOUBLE INVERSION - THE CONCEPT OF FETISHISM IN THE CRITIQUE OF POLITICAL ECONOMY<br>Karl Marx’s critical analysis of ‘the secret of the fetishism of commodities’ – according to which the universal domination of the commodity form makes social relations appear in the form of relations between things – is today widely regarded as a central element of the critique of political economy. The concept of fetishism was generally neglected until in the 1920’s, and the debates around this concept did not really take off until the 1960’s. Since then, there have essentially been two predominant interpretations of Marx’s concept of fetishism: on the one hand those who regards fetishism as an <em>ideological phenomenon</em>, as something that has to do with the way in which social reality is represented for and in the social agents. On the other hand there are those who insists that fetishism refers to a certain displacement or inversion at the level of <em>social practice itself</em>, and not its ideological representation. In this article, I review these conflicting readings in the light of a close reading of Marx’s use of the term fetish(ism) in all of his writings from the <em>Grundrisse </em>(1857) onwards. I argue that Marx used this term to refer to an <em>ideological phenomenon</em>, and that he was right in doing so. I also point out that this does <em>not </em>entail subscribing to a naïve view of ideology as false consciousness or class manipulation that can be abolished by enlightenment and criticism.</p> Søren Mau Copyright (c) 0 https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124228 Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Kunstværket som kontraværdi – Asger Jorns kritik af Marx’ økonomistiske værditænkning i Kapitalen https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124229 <p>THE WORK OF ART AS COUNTER-VALUE: ASGER JORN'S CRITIQUE OF MARX'S ECONOMISK VALUE-THINKING IN&nbsp;<em>CAPITAL</em><br>As one of the rather significant and influential Modernist and Avant-garde artists of the 20th century Asger Jorn is internationally well-known and admired. Lesser known – or lesser accepted in the reception of his work – is the fact that his many critical writings on art, philosophy, and politics as well as his archives and political activism are integrated and important parts of his entire artwork. For the first time in the reception of Jorn’s critical thinking the essay examines his Situationist criticism of Marx’ concepts of value, as outlined in the commodity analysis in <em>Capital</em>&nbsp;vol. 1, by regarding it a crucial example of his understanding of counter value as the only or most prominent quality of the artwork as such.</p> Jørn Erslev Andersen Copyright (c) 0 https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124229 Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Marx i Amerika – Et Interview med professor Andrew Hartman https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124230 <p>Interview med professor Andrew Hartman af Tobias Dias og Magnus Møller Ziegler</p> Tobias Dias, Magnus Møller Ziegler Copyright (c) 0 https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124230 Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Fra kritikken af himlen til kritikken af jorden – bidrag til rekonstruktionen af Marx’ ufærdige kritik af politisk teologi https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124231 <p>FROM THE CRITIQUE OF THE HEAVENS TO THE CRITIQUE OF THE EARTH - A CONTRIBUTIONTO THE RECONSTRUCTION OF KARL MARX'S UNFINISHED CRITIQUE OF POLITICAL THEOLOGY<br>This article presents a reconstruction of Marx’s unfinished 1843 critique of political theology. In the preparatory notebooks for <em>Critique of Hegel’s Philosophy of Right</em>, Marx identified Hegel’s political philosophy as an expression of “political theology,” which was to be the subject of his projected critique. However, he never completed nor published the manuscript. This article presents a detailed analysis of the manuscript and its intellectual context in order to reconstruct this incomplete critique of political theology, conceived as the conception of the state as a sovereign subject that transcends and determines society from without that remains predominant in contemporary political thought. The distinctly (post-)Hegelian conceptual resources of Marx’s critique allowed him to overcome the contradiction between state and society issuing from this political theological conception of the state without resorting to abstract negation as most prior critiques have done. Marx instead proceeds to show that it is the social significance of this political theology and the associated practices that constitute the earthly existence of the modern state within civil society as a whole.</p> Mikkel Flohr Copyright (c) 0 https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124231 Sun, 08 Jun 2081 00:00:00 +0100 ”Lad os tænke denne tanke” – En indledende bemærkning til Nietzsches Lenzerheide-notat https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124232 <p>Indledning til&nbsp;Den europæiske nihilisme af Friedrich Nietzsche</p> Peter K. Westergaard Copyright (c) 0 https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124232 Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Den europæiske nihilisme https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124233 <p>Den europæiske nihilisme af Friedrich Nietzsche oversat af&nbsp;Martin Pasgaard-Westerman</p> Friedrich Nietzsche; Martin Pasgaard-Westerman Copyright (c) 0 https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124233 Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Unesco's pyrrhussejr https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124234 Frederik Forrai Ørskov Copyright (c) 0 https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124234 Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Omsorg er hverdagslig veerdensskabelse https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124235 Karl Emil Rosenbæk Copyright (c) 0 https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124235 Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Den islamiske oplysning https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124236 Anders Dræby Copyright (c) 0 https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124236 Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Den moderne økonomis grundlægger https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124237 Jacob Jensen Copyright (c) 0 https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124237 Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Skønhedens oprindelighed https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124238 Eskil Elling Copyright (c) 0 https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124238 Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Platons livsverden og skriftlighedens væsen https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124239 Thor Hennelund Nielsen Copyright (c) 0 https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124239 Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0200 Den islamiske verdens filosofihistorie https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124240 Anders Dræby Copyright (c) 0 https://tidsskrift.dk/slagmark/article/view/124240 Fri, 08 Jun 2018 00:00:00 +0200