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Raju Das - Theorizing Capitalism as a Social Class Relation

February 21, 2018

This presentation is a critical overview of the ways in which certain Marxist writers theorize class as well as capitalism. Deploying dialectical philosophy, and especially the form-content analysis, it presents an alternative framework for understanding capitalism. There are several political implications of theorizing capitalism as a class relation, and some of these will be discussed with regard to contemporary class struggles against capitalism and imperialism. Raju Das is an Associate Professor in the Department of Geography at York University.

Time: 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Venue: CSI Annex, Room #4 (3rd flr)
Location: 720 Bathurst Street Toronto, ON
Categories: Politics & Political Organizations

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