History after the end of history: critical counterfactualism and revolution

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 2006 Number 59

History after the end of history: critical counterfactualism and revolution
Crystal Bartolovitch, pages -

Abstract

Bartolovich argues that in the North, revolution appears as an embarrassment or an impossibility, since the current unfashionable status of complicity in the context of postcolonial and globalisation theories. This article argues that it is undialectical to assume current global struggles are not influenced by non-elite complicity with capital as well as a collective longing for the anticapitalist common.

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Crystal Bartolovitch (2006) History after the end of history: critical counterfactualism and revolution, New Formations, 2006(59), -

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