MARXIST CONTROVERSY AS PRAXIS: THE PART OF REVIEWS IN THE RADICALISATION OF POLITICAL IMAGINARY
On the basis of Antonio Gramsci’s praxis philosophy, taken up by André Tosel, and Cornelius Castoriadis’ works on radical imaginary, this article analyses the debate about Marxism, during the year 1946, between two intellectual reviews: Les Temps Modernes and Critique. If the creation of those reviews is deeply related to a social context and an interdiscourse influenced by the political and ideological rise of extreme left – particularly the French Communist Party –, their project consists in a critical questioning of communist discourses, returning to Marx’s and Hegel’s texts. References to these philosophies induce different rhetorical and argumentative particularities that we intend to study in order to understand the complex relations between the rhetoric of a sociohistorical interdiscourse and his ideological substructure.
Keywords: Temps Modernes, Critique, Discourse Analysis, Marxism, Praxis Philosophy, Antonio Gramsci, Cornelius Castoriadis, Radical Imaginary.