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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Nationalisms And Internationalism: The Michel Löwy-michel Cahen Debate [nacionalismos E Internacionalismo: Um Debate Entre Michael Löwy E Michel Cahen]|
|Abstract:||This article is made up by a debate that went on between Michel Löwy and Michael Cahen in the mid-1990s that has been edited for this publication. Although the discussion refers to events that to a certain extent may be considered dated here, the underlying concern these articles share provides their current relevance: the need for deepening reflections, via Marxist theory, on the problem of national and internationalism in times of globalization. This deepening, according to the authors, demands reflections that offer a critical break with the Eurocentrist view of different nationalisms and go beyond the attitude of many Marxists who held everything that was not directly related to "class consciousness" in disregard.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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