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As socialism returns to the political and intellectual agenda, so too have older criticisms gained renewed traction. In particular, today’s advocates for class politics and analysis have found themselves accused of Marxism’s supposed cardinal sin: “class reductionism.” The term is of course pejorative, but it’s also ambiguous. This talk will analytically clarify what might be meant by it and suggest a possible way forward in the debate over the significance of class.
This event is co-sponsored by the Center on Science, Technology, and Public Life, the Berggruen Institute, and the USC Sociology Department.