By José Carlos Mariátegui
Ed. and trans. Harry E. E. Vanden, Marc Becker
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80. 90. , 82. 91. , 85. 92. , 104. 93. , 121. 94. , 128. 95. Gustavo Gutiérrez shows considerable interest in Mariátegui and cites him directly in his book Theology of Liberation (Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1973), which points to Mariátegui‘s strong influence on the origins of the Peruvian priest‘s theology. 96. Mariátegui, 7 ensayos, 154. 97. , 170. 98. , 183–86. Civilista refers to a Peruvian political movement of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries that opposed military control of the government.
4) by suggesting that Henri de Man is far from correct when he asserts in Beyond Marxismthat not only the revision but the liquidation of Marxism is at hand. Nor, Mariátegui continues, is de Man alone in this assertion. There have been a series of similar reactions to Marxism. 101 Mariátegui argues that The true revision of Marxism, in the sense of the renovation and continuation of the work of Marx, has been done, in theory and practice, by another category of revolutionary intellectual—George Sorel, in studies that separate and distinguish what is essential and substantive in Marx from that which is formal and contingent.
62. , 198. 63. , 199. 64. ―Presentación de Amauta,‖ Amauta 1/1 (September 1926): 1. 65. Vanden interview with Antonio Navarro Madrid, Lima, Apri1 10, 1974. 66. ―Presentación de Amauta,‖ 1. 67. Alberto Hidalgo, ―Ubicación de Lenin,‖ Amauta 1/1 (September 1926): 12. 68. ―Presentación de Amauta,‖ 1. 69. Amauta 11 (January 1928): 30–31. See Mariano Azuela, The Underdogs (New York: Penguin, 1963). 70. ―Segundo acto,‖ Amauta 10 (December 1927): 1. The work accident was, of course, imprisonment. Emphasis added.