Book Review In Search of a Materialist Ethics Review of Ted Stolze, Becoming Marxist. Studies in Philosophy, Struggle, and Endurance (Leinen: Brill/Historical Materialism Book Series) (2021)
Ted Stolze’s Becoming Marxist is an impressive book and one of the most important recent contributions to the question of a materialist practice of philosophy. Although it is not a typical monograph, it is not simply a collection of texts. There is a common thread running through the different texts that gives the book the character of coherent research project into the possibility of a materialist intervention that could really support a politics of self-emancipation and the ethics and civility that go along with it.
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