René Zavaleta Mercado: marxismos latinoamericanos, historias nacionales, formaciones sociales abigarradas

DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.7970601

Diego Giller 


IDH-UNGS/CONICET (; ORCID: 0000-0001-7117-9608)


René Zavaleda Mercado


René Zavaleta Mercado: Latin American Marxisms, National Stories, Abigarradas Social Formations 

Abstract: The present work seeks to replenish the problem of the temporalities superimposed in the work of the Bolivian René Zavaleta Mercado (1937-1984). To do this, you work on three combined planes. First, the conditions of possibility of Marxism in Latin America from its possible conjugation with the national stories and the struggles that those stories suppose, that is, the complex link between the universal and the local, between Europe and Latin America, between the class struggle and the national struggle. Secondly, the conflict between Latin America as a whole and its national parts. Finally, the debate on the concept of mode of production and that of economic-social training, in which Zavaleta intervenes with a category of his own kind: abigarradas social formations. In doing so, it risks a hypothesis with great theoretical and political potential: is it possible that there are societies in which there is no overlap of temporalities typical of capitalism? 
Keywords: René Zavaleta Mercado; Latin American Marxisms; National Stories; Abigarradas Social Formations; Temporalities Superimposed. 

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