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Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice, Vol 12 (2005)

Theodore W. Allen, 1919-2005

The Editors
Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice, Vol 12 (2005)

In Memoriam: Theodore W. Allen

Jeffrey B. Perry
Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice, Vol 12 (2005)

Commentary on István Mészáros's "Beyond Capital"

Theodore W. Allen
Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice, Vol 12 (2005)

Terrorism and Revolution

E. San Juan
Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice, Vol 12 (2005)

Roth, Race, and Newark

Larry Schwartz
Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice, Vol 12 (2005)

Stalin and the Struggle for Democratic Reform (Part 1)

Grover Furr
Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice, Vol 12 (2005)

Stalin and the Struggle for Democratic Reform (Part 2)

Grover Furr
Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice, Vol 12 (2005)

Civil Society

Richard Brosio
Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice, Vol 12 (2005)

(From) VEILS: ENGAGING SPIVAK

Jerry Leonard
Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice, Vol 12 (2005)

Cognitive Mapping or, the Resistant Element in the Work of Fredric Jameson

Tanner Mirrlees
Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice, Vol 12 (2005)

Crime and Warfare in the U.S.

Justin Paulson
Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice, Vol 12 (2005)

Terry Eagleton and the Vicissitudes of Christology

Roland Boer
Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice, Vol 12 (2005)

Sounding the Future

Dougal McNeil
Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice, Vol 12 (2005)

George Snedeker, The Politics of Critical Theory: Language/Discourse/Society. University Press of America, 2004, 126 pages.

Martha Gimenez
Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice, Vol 12 (2005)

Poems on Sex & Love

Manuel Yang
Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice, Vol 12 (2005)

Contributors

The Editors
Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice, Vol 12 (2005)

Selected Speakers and Performers from The Million Worker March (Washington, D.C., October 17, 2004)

The Editors
Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice, Vol 12 (2005)

Contributors

The Editors
Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice, Vol 16 (2009)

Cultural Logic: A Journal of Marxist Theory & Practice, Vol 12 (2005)

Cultural Logic: A Journal Of Marxist Theory & Practice
Theodore W. Allen, 1919-2005 In Memoriam: Theodore W. Allen Commentary on István Mészáros's "Beyond Capital" Terrorism and Revolution Roth, Race, and Newark Stalin and the Struggle for Democratic Reform (Part 1) Stalin and the Struggle for Democratic Reform (Part 2) Civil Society (From) VEILS: ENGAGING SPIVAK Cognitive Mapping or, the Resistant Element in the Work of Fredric Jameson Crime and Warfare in the U.S. Terry Eagleton and the Vicissitudes of Christology Sounding the Future Selected...

How to Translate a Gerund? : The “Gerund/absolutive” in Epic-Puranic and Classical Sanskrit Literature

Renate Söhnen-Thieme
The article is based on the observation and collection, over several decades, of examples of the so-called “gerund,” “indeclinable participle,” or “absolutive” (the last of these mainly in German). It starts with the discussion of the terms and definitions, in a number of grammars, of a linguistic category which has become especially prevalent in Indian languages and literatures and may be regarded as a genuinely Indian development, since there is only scarce evidence of a...

Svārthika Suffixes vs. Endocentric Taddhita Derivatives

Małgorzata Wielińska-Soltwedel
Neither the term svārthika nor svārtha is taught or used by Pāṇini. The word svārthe appears for the first time in Kātyāyana’s vārttikas and svārthika in Patañjali’s commentary. Patañjali does not restrict the usage of these terms exclusively to the secondary suffixes as is usually the case in later Pāṇinian tradition. For him, the feminine suffixes ṭābādi are svārthika and he regards the intensive suffix yaṄ and the desiderative suffix saN as svārthe added, in...

Bhīṣma, an (Un)reliable Narrator

Zuzana Špicová
This paper deals with the concept of (un)reliable narrator and evaluates Bhīṣma’s narration in the Ambopākhyāna of the Mahābhārata with this category in mind. The Ambopākhyāna is divided into six narratives and three different types of narration using the categories of narrator, focalizer and narrative agent/central figure. Bhīṣma is labeled a highly personalized narrator with a limited authority and reliability in the Ambopākhyāna, as opposed to his much more reliable and authoritative status in his...

Bitextual Meaning in Two Pre-navya Vyākaraṇas : The Case of Rāmacandrācārya and Jīva Gosvāmin

Radha Blinderman
Rāmacandrācārya’s Prakriyākaumudī and Jīva Gosvāmin’s Harināmāmṛtavyākaraṇa (15th-16th centuries) are the first two grammars in the Brahminical context to include verses with bitextual meaning (śleṣa). In those verses, the authors simultaneously talk about grammar and the divine, often expressing their Vedāntic views. They make extensive use of religious examples and invocation (maṅgala) verses like the 13th century Mugdhabodha and many 17th-18th century navya (“new school”) grammar texts. What is new is their use of śleṣa. This...

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