Uniting Continuity and Rupture
a review of Josh Moufawad-Paul's Continuity and Rupture
A review of Josh Moufawad-Paul's recent book, Continuity and Rupture. Through which I present the poltical salience of this piece as a means of clarifying the terrain of revolutionary politics in terms of the reimergence of proletarian politics, the development of opportunistic critiques of Leninism and Maoism, and the necessity to reassert a scientific understanding of revolution.
Liu, Elliot. Maoism and the Chinese Revolution: A Critical Introduction. Oakland: PM Press, 2016.
Moufawad-Paul, Josh. Continuity and Rupture: Philosophy in the Maoist Terrain. Washington: Zero Books, 2016.
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