Symptomatic Redness: Marxism and Religion

Feb 28th, 2018 | By | Category: Articles, Zero Squared

Symptomatic Redness is a show about political economics and historical analysis. Hosted by C. Derick Varn and Amogh Sahu the show is sometimes a dialogue between the hosts and sometimes features interviews with activists and academics.

This month's Symptomatic Redness features a conversation about Marx and Marxism's relationship with religion. The podcast circles around the questions

Does Marxism have a coherent ethics?
Does Marxism have a theory of consciousness?
And to what extent is Marx or Marxism guilty of idealism?

This is the first half of a nearly two hour conversation. The second half of this podcast will be made available through our Patreon membership site.

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2 Comments to “Symptomatic Redness: Marxism and Religion”

  1. J. l. S. says:

    Could you please fill us in on what MacIntyre pieces were read in preparation for this podcast

  2. Zanda says:

    Good to see you’re still working on this stuff!

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