Fredric Jameson: Marxism, Hermeneutics, Postmodernism is a thoroughly up-to-date, detailed review and analysis of the work of this influential intellectual. Covering Jameson's work and thought from his early projects of form and history to his more recent engagements with postmodernism and cultural politics, this synthesis offers a balanced assessment of his ideas, their development and their continuing influence.
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Table of Contents
Sartre: From Situation to History.
Part I: The Dialectics of Form: .
The Logic of Form.
The Logic of Content.
Part II: History: The Political Unconscious: .
Marxism and Historicism.
History as Political Unconscious.
History as Narrative.
History as Whose Narrative?.
Part III: The Politics of Desire: .
Ideologies of Pleasure.
Ideologies of Desire.
The Production of Desire.
Versions of a Libidinal Apparatus.
The Dialectic of Ideology and Utopia.
Part IV: Postmodernism and Late Capitalism: .
The Cultural Logic of Late Capitalism.
The Periodization of Late Capitalism.
Video Art and Postmodern Textuality.
Realism - Modernism - Postmodernism.
The Dialectic of Modernism and Postmodernism.
Part V: The Spatial Logic of Late Capitalism: .
The Reassertion of Space in Social Theory.
The Phenomenology of Postmodernism.
The Social Production of Space.
The Semiotics of Space.
The Spatio-Temporal Dialectic of Modernity and Postmodernity.
Part VI: Marxism, Totality and the Politics of Difference: .
The Postmodern Critique of Totality.
Marxism and Totality.
Mediation and Reification.
The Third World: Identity and Difference.