Economía marxista para el Siglo XXI

SultanGaliyev0011Intro­duc­tion: Marx­ism and Nation­al­ism Revisited

In The Wretched of the Earth, from 1961, Frantz Fanon argued that

Marx­ist analy­ses should always be slightly stretched every time we have to con­front the colo­nial prob­lem.1

This notion is an excel­lent start­ing point for reex­am­in­ing the post­colo­nial prob­lem­atic of what Dipesh Chakrabarty calls the “provin­cial­iz­ing” of Europe. Within sub­al­tern, post­colo­nial, and decolo­nial stud­ies, there are two het­ero­ge­neous and com­pet­ing con­cep­tions of this provin­cial­iza­tion of Europe, whose entan­gle­ment remains a source of ambi­gu­i­ties. There is, on the one hand, a con­cep­tion that holds provin­cial­iza­tion to be syn­ony­mous with the par­tic­u­lar­iza­tion, and thus rel­a­tiviza­tion, of “Eurocentric-European thought,” and Marx­ist thought in par­tic­u­lar. There is, on the other hand, an under­stand­ing of provin­cial­iza­tion as a stretch­ing that under­lines the need for an exten­sion and dis­place­ment of the bor­ders of the­ory beyond Europe, as a con­di­tion of pos­si­bil­ity of an authen­tic uni­ver­sal­iza­tion. The oppo­nents of…

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