PoliticsPOLI 106 Marxism as a Method

Examines Marx's use of his sources in political philosophy and political economy to develop a method for analyzing the variable ways in which social change is experienced as a basis for social action. Provides a similar analysis of contemporary materials. Contrasts and compares Marxian critiques of these materials and readings based on Nietzsche, psychoanalysis, cultural studies, and rational choice materialism.

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to politics and Latin American and Latino studies/politics combined majors during first and second pass enrollment only.

Credits

5

Quarter offered

Winter, Summer

Instructor

The Staff

Also offered as

LGST 106

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to legal studies majors during first and second pass enrollment only.