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by Epifanio San Juan

  • ISBN: 0930656636
  • Category: Fiction
  • Author: Epifanio San Juan
  • Subcategory: History & Criticism
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mep Pubns (April 1, 1994)
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Epifanio San Juan J. also known as E. San Juan Jr. (born December 29, 1938) . Association of Asian American Studies Book Award; Myers Center Award. From the Masses, to the Masses: Third World Literature and Revolution (1994).

Association of Asian American Studies Book Award; Myers Center Award.

Epifanio San Juan, Jr. is a Filipino cultural critic and public intellectual. His works span a broad spectrum of fields and disciplines, from cultural studies, comparative literary scholarship, ethnic and racial studies, postcolonial theory, semiotics to philosophical inquiries in historical materialism. San Juan applies a Gramscian approach and a critical Marxist optic on cultural even Epifanio San Juan, Jr. In 1999, San Juan received the Centennial Award for Achievement in Literature from the Cultural Center of the Philippines because of his contributions to Filipino and Filipino American Studies. Books by Epifanio San Juan Jr. More.

Marxism is a method of socioeconomic analysis that views class relations and social conflict using a materialist interpretation of historical development and takes a dialectical view of social transformation. It originates from the works of 19th-century German philosophers Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels. Marxism has developed into many different branches and schools of thought, with the result that there is now no single definitive Marxist theory. 3900 Watson Place NW 4DE, Washington, DC 20016, USA

EPIFANIO SAN JUAN, Jr. net (202) 792-4887 Education 1958 . magna cum laude University of the Philippines 1962 . Harvard University 1965 P. Harvard University Academic Positions 1965-66 Assistant Professor, University of California, Davis 1966-67 Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature, University of the Philippines. Minneapolis: MEP Press, 1994. 27. The Smile of the Medusa and Other Fictions.

Marxism is a materialist philosophy which tried to interpret the world based . His writings on politics, culture, the mass media and literature are a significant contribution to the Marxist critique of culture and the arts

Marxism is a materialist philosophy which tried to interpret the world based on the concrete, natural world around us and the society we live in. It is opposed to idealist philosophy which conceptualizes a spiritual world elsewhere that influences and controls the material world. According to Marxism, society progresses through the struggle between opposing forces. It is this struggle between opposing classes that result in social transformation. His writings on politics, culture, the mass media and literature are a significant contribution to the Marxist critique of culture and the arts.

In this incisive and polemical book, E. San Juan, J. the leading authority on Philippines-U. He received the 1999 Centennial Award for Literature from the Philippines Cultural Center. literary studies, goes beyond fashionable postcolonial theory to bring to our attention the complex history of Philippines-U. literary interactions. In sharp contrast to other works on the subject, the author presents Filipino literary production within the context of a long and sustained tradition of anti-imperialist insurgency, and foregrounds the strong presence of oppositional writing in the Philippines.

The revolt of the masses- the story of Bonifacio and the Katipunan. Epifanio de los Santos Cristobal. English translation by Tiburcio Tumaneng from the Spanish Original). University of the Philippines Press. E. de los Santos S. UP Campus, Diliman, Quezon City.

Marxism - Marxism - Variants of Marxism: When the Chinese communists took .

Marxism - Marxism - Variants of Marxism: When the Chinese communists took power in 1948, they brought with them a new kind of Marxism that came to be called Maoism after their leader Mao Zedong. The thought of Mao must always be seen against the changing revolutionary reality of China from 1930 onward. In his effort to remain close to the Chinese peasant masses, Mao drew upon an idea of nature and a symbolism found in popular Chinese Daoism, though transformed by his Marxism.



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