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Buy It Now. Add to cart. Be the first to write a review. About this product Product Information Anita Chari revives the concept of reification from Marx and the Frankfurt School to spotlight the resistance to neoliberal capitalism w forming at the level of political ecomy and at the more sensate, experiential level of subjective transformation.
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Additional Product Features Author s. Anita Chari is assistant professor of political science at the University of Oregon.
In addition to her work as a critical theorist, she is a creative writer, composer, and musician. Show more Show less. New New. No ratings or reviews yet.
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Save on Non-Fiction Books Trending price is based on prices over last 90 days. You may also like. Political Science Non-Fiction Books. Political Science Textbook. Political Science Signed Books. This is empty moralizing. Chari fails to clarify what exactly we should react against if we consider that fetishism and reification are created by us and that as Marx and the early Frankfurt school insist capital is not something outside of us since we are the capital.
Consequently, she also does not succeed in connecting the immanent critique she sees in Adorno p. Despite the fact that she remains in the context of the traditional theory she criticizes, researchers of critical theory should engage with her argument in order to enrich their own. Skip to main content.
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Review First Online: 28 June She maintains that According to Marx, the commodity fetish disguises or mystifies the relation between humans as relationship between things. The significance of this, as also stressed before in regard to materialism, is that Chari does not consider how ordinary people, in their everyday living essence , create forms appearance like the state or the bourgeois parliamentary system that they feel estranged from.
Had she done this, as she should, the focus of her research would have been shifted to the possible connection between alienation in everyday life and state policy or the process of social change.
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She would have read Marx as someone who focused on how fetishism and reification are created by irrationality in everyday life. Adorno, T. In: R. Boyers ed. The Legacy of the German Refugee Intellectuals.
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