These articles deal with the theme of revolutionary hope in
Ron Aronson’s work. Jonathan Judaken looks at Aronson’s conception
of the politics of everyday life, or existentialist politics, inspired
by Herbert Marcuse’s Marxism, which offered an explanation for
inequality, privilege, and other social evils, as well as pointing the way
to a solution to those problems. Rebecca Pitt deals with Aronson’s
activism and commitment to changing the world, contextualizing this
in Aronson’s work: his book on Sartre’s Second Critique, as well as
his most recent work on social progress and hope.
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