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If academic sf critics are vanguardists, however, Darren Jorgensen argues in his contribution to Red Planets that the revolutionary potential of such a vanguard has been thoroughly co-opted by capitalist institutions since the late 1960s.
For, like all jesters, Muggins took liberties, implicitly mocking the party's vanguardist assumptions about revolution, critiquing their deterministic certainty, and satirising the party's purist concept of the class warrior.
As I was watching the plenary session of the union elections on the Palestine TV, I remembered how things are done in one of the very nationalistic Arab states, run by a vanguardist party in whose orbit other parties revolve.
This inundation effectively quenched the vanguardist ardour against convention and today every historical stylistic trait potentially bobs, mills and mingles in contemporary art like the flotsam and jetsam of a wrecked enterprise.
Morse United States Courthouse -- which is a little weird when you consider his relentlessly vanguardist posturings.
This trenchant criticism of academic policies that either eavesdrops on indigenous knowledge to cannibalize it or attempts to vulgarly ventriloquize the subaltern reduces "postcoloniality" (29) to a vanguardist fad.
5) In his article Navarrete tantalizingly proposes several categories for contemporary espanoladas including "nationalist, vanguardist, artistic, and reflexive euphemisms" by such film notables as Pedro Almodovar, Carlos Saura, and Fernando Trueba (30).
Cliver, in an odd career move, turned down a subsequent request to exhibit part of his extensive collection of Powell Peralta and World Industries decks and art at the vanguardist Orange County Museum of Art.
24) and relies on a vanguardist Miami mix of Englishes, Spanish, and Lucumi to handle the difficult continuing narratives of "who they be where / they come from" (p.
A third detour was the vanguardist violence of the Weathermen in the late 1960s and 1970s.
By envisioning a role for government in individual capacity-building and capital allocation in order to generalize and democratize the virtues--entrepreneurial innovation, vanguardist production, spontaneous creativity, and personal responsibility--underlying capitalistic energy and growth, Unger claimed to "cut through the contrasting dilemmas of self-management and statist models of economic organization" (see pp.
The political theorist Stephen Holmes argues that unless concretized in stable institutions, popular will is a pernicious fiction, authorizing rule by urban mobs or vanguardist parties.