Published posthumously, the book examines a series of critical moments in Bolivian history to illuminate the reconstitution of seigneurial rule and the challenges posed by plebeian, indigenous, and working-class projects, agitating for a more inclusive nation.¬†It is a work of reflexive social theory that explores the limits of its own conceptual frameworks‚Äîincluding classical political philosophy and Marxism‚Äîthrough an engagement with the history that made possible its own conceptual horizons.¬†In its content, method, and style, the book offers an original reflection on social formations and political knowledge that have far-reaching implications for the Global South. Rooted in history and yet exceedingly relevant, Zavaleta‚Äôs revolutionary work makes contemporary a long genealogy of theories of the national-popular‚Äîfrom Gramsci and Mari√°tegui, to Fanon and Ho Chi Minh.
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