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If the legacy of Critical Theory is to maintain its relevance in the twenty-first century the robust vitality of Constellations will be a major reason. In its relatively short history it has managed to become the most respected site of advanced work in this tradition on the international scene. No one interested in the latest developments in social and political theory can risk missing an issue. Professor Martin Jay The astonishing transformations in Central and Eastern Europe and the Soviet Union since 1989 have undermined and deeply challenged the relevance of Marxism for any future critique of society. Although many Western theorists anticipated the post-Marxian moment no-one foresaw the events themselves or the new forms of politics that would emerge in their wake. Constellations examines the creative ferment of critical social and political thought with the goal of setting the international agenda for radical philosophy and social criticism for the future. In addition to substantive full-length articles Constellations features Political Chronicle - regular analyses and commentaries on contemporary political situations of urgent concern to engaged thinkers. Plus Book Reviews and Special Symposia.
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