The task of presenting a critical overview of all the movements, writers, and academic schools that, in a broad sense, have been connected to twentieth-century (Western) Marxism, is quite impossible. This is not just a matter of space; it is also a conceptual problem. On the one hand, the term ‘Post-Marxism’, refers us to thinkers who followed classical Western Marxism and in one way or another tried to overcome it. On the other hand, ‘Post-Marxism’ can also refer to a set of systematic issues, problems, and demands. This entry is based on the latter approach to Post-Marxism as a set of theoretical and conceptual moves. As a consequence, this entry does ...
Introduction: What is at Stake in Post-Marxist Thought?