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Marx after Marxism-A Subaltern Historian s Perspective

Marx after Marxism A Subaltern Historian's Perspective Dipesh Chakrabarty The old certitudes which once made Marxists feel like they belonged to one international tribe have to be rethought But this rethinking has to issue from our own positions as intellectuals who think out of a real or imaginary base in India, and its tasks cannot be deduced from contemporary European and Anglo- American theory in any formulaic manner. An attempt at outlining a possible approach to this question.

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