Philosophies of Non-Correspondence: Rereading the Mode of Production in Althusser and Balibar

Décalages 2 (4):137-167 (2022)
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Abstract

In the current “second reception” of Althusser, the concept of the capitalist mode of production as explored in Reading Capital and On the Reproduction of Capitalism has been relatively underdiscussed. The concept, however, remains an important component of larger discussions in Marxist theory. This paper rereads Althusser and Balibar’s early contributions to the concept of the mode of production alongside Marx and contemporary thinkers such as Jairus Banaji. In so doing, preliminary connections are made between Althusser’s second reception and important recent interdisciplinary work on subsumption and heterogenous development.

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Thomas McGlone, Jr.
Villanova University

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