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abstraction, theoretical: Althusser, 102–3;
Capital, 90–93, 101–3; Gramsci, 157;
Hegelianism, 47, 104; in Marxist analy sis,
89–93, 113
Adorno, Theodor, 16–17
adult education, 27
agency, 101, 103; in classical Marxism, 77; vs.
structure, 72. See also subjectivity
Althusser, Louis, 115; antihistoricism,
104–5; determinacy, 81, 106–9, 112;
functionalism of, 109–11, 132–33;
Hegelian Marxism, 86, 98, 104, 114–15;
ideology, 109–11, 112, 127–28, 130–32,
133–35, 138–42; the imaginary, 134,
139; levels of social formation, 105–6;
overdetermination, 85, 111, 116, 122–23;
relative autonomy, 107, 108–11; science,
112; social relations, 138–39; structural
causality, 111; structure in dominance,
118–19; subjectivity, 107–8, 111, 133–35,
140–42; theoretical abstraction in,
101–3; theoretical practice, 89, 112–14,
115–16; use of linguistic paradigm,
65–66, 101
anthropology: British tradition, 15–16; con-
cept of culture, 33–34, 39; on language,
59–61; Lévi- Strauss, 59–73; structural, 15,
61–70
antihistoricism, 104–5
antihumanism, 118
Arnold, Matthew, 13
articulation, 121–22; in cultural transforma-
tions, 144–46; formation of new subjects,
144–48, 191–97; Gramsci on, 166–68; in
ideological strug gles, 180–84; Marx on,
89; race and ethnicity, 149–53, 186–87;
re sis tance and, 153–54, 187–90; subcultures
and, 194–97; systems of repre sen ta tion
and, 137; unity of discourse as, 142–43;
youth subcultures, 191–95
authoritarianism, 16–17
Balibar, Étienne, 65–66, 79, 99
Barthes, Roland, 72
base/superstructure: being and conscious-
ness in, 79–80; in classical Marxism,
38, 75, 78–79; class reductionism of, 83;
concept of totality, 74; correspondences
in, 79; Cultural Studies rejection of,
23–24; determination in, 74–75; economic
reductionism of, 82–83, 106–7; in The
Eigh teenth Brumaire, 93–96; Engels’s
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