Marxism

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The literary critic and Marxist philosopher Fredric Jameson has said, “It is easier to imagine the end of the world than to imagine the end of capitalism.” The military, social, and political effects of capitalism are felt everywhere across the planet, and even as we acknowledge the negative effects–the imbalances of power, the imperialist exploitations, the social alienation–we are captivated by its message of self-sufficiency and success. In this issue, The Other Journal examines the potentially surprising intersections of Marxism with Christianity, the ways in which this nexus of thinking and faith may help us contend with and recognize the powers of the market.

The issue features essays and reviews by Daniel Colucciello Barber, Luke Bretherton, Kevein Hargaden, Paul Dafydd Jones, D. L. Mayfield, W. Travis McMaken, Christina McRorie, Thomas J. Millay, Silas Morgan, and David Schmidt; an interview by Timothy McGee with Joerg Rieger; fiction by Alex McCauley; creative nonfiction by Jonathan Hiskes; poetry by Brett Foster, Elizabeth Myhr, and Hannah Faith Notess; and art by Steve Bakker and Benjamin Violet.

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