LA TEORÍA DE LA REVOLUCIÓN INTERSTICIAL DE JOHN HOLLOWAY

Ana Cecilia Dinerstein

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La obra de John Holloway abarca cuatro décadas de desarrollo intelectual y compromiso con el cambio radical. Su trabajo se desarrolló en el contexto de laConference of Socialist Economist(CSE) y fue fundamental para la creación del Marxismo Abierto. Este artículo presenta lo que voy a denominar la teoría de la revolución intersticialla cual, parafraseando a Holloway, produjo una ‘grieta’ en las teorías y praxis marxistas, autónomas y radicales. Comienzo con un relato de la vida y la trayectoria intelectual de John Holloway para marcar los caminos a través de los cuales se comienza a articular esta teoría crítica, a través de un trabajo de años. Luego discuto la “teoría de la revolución intersticial”, presentada los dos ultimos libros de Holloway: Change the World without Taking Power: The Meaning of Revolution Today (CTWWTP) (2002) y Crack Capitalism(2010). Concluyo que el trabajo de Holloway es pionero tanto para la teoría crítica como para la praxis anticapitalista 


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teoria critica, revolución, Holloway.

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