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Luke Ferretter. Louis Althusser. Routledge. . 162pp.

On The Reproduction Of Capitalism: Ideology And Ideological State Apparatuses

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Louis Althusser, , Gallimard, coll. « L’infini », 1994.

Louis Pierre Althusser (; 16 October 1918 – 22 October 1990) was a French . He was born in and studied at the in Paris, where he eventually became Professor of Philosophy.

“Louis Althusser was born on October 16th, 1918 in Birmandreis, a suburb of Algiers. Hailing from Alsace on his father’s side of the family, his grandparents were pieds noirs, or French citizens who had chosen to settle in Algeria. At the time of his birth, Althusser’s father was a lieutenant in the French Military. After this service was up, his father returned to Algiers and to his work as a banker. By all accounts save for the retrospective ones contained in his autobiographies, Althusser’s early childhood in North Africa was a contented one. There he enjoyed the comforts of the Mediterranean environment as well as those provided by an extended and stable petite-bourgeois family.

Laurent Lutz : Louis Althusser.

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Louis Althusser

Louis Althusser: Guru do marxismo e inventor da filosofia de orelhada

“In 1992 literary Paris was startled and shocked by the posthumous autobiography of Louis Althusser, , where one of the most internationally celebrated of academic Marxists revealed that he had read hardly any of the writings he had been expounding as a philosopher in Paris for decades: not a word of Aristotle or Kant, for example, though he had lectured on them, and among Marx’s own writings only the early works. The author of [Reading Capital] (1968) had not read .”

“In 1992 literary Paris was startled and shocked by the posthumous autobiography of Louis Althusser, , where one of the most internationally celebrated of academic Marxists revealed that he had read hardly any of the writings he had been expounding as a philosopher in Paris for decades: not a word of Aristotle or Kant, for example, though he had lectured on them, and among Marx’s own writings only the early works. The author of [Reading Capital] (1968) had not read .”