Marxism After Modernity is arranged in four parts to reflect the four main objectives of the book. Firstly, to introduce the reader to the main points of Marx's social and political theory and to indicate how this thought is related to the social, economic and political conditions of his time. Secondly, to specify the ways in which Marx's critique of capital has been modified by the Frankfurt School. Thirdly, to examine the relationship between the insights of Adorno, Marcuse and Benjamin and postmodernist theories of the political and technological development of capitalism. Finally, to introduce the debates between neo-Marxist and postmodernist theory - especially the polemics that have focused on aesthetic experience, the hybridisation of humanity and the loss of class identities

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