Mapping Ideology is one of the first titles in the new series
"Mappings", carefully assembled readers designed to offer students,
teachers and general readers essential surveys of new zones of
cultural, social and political experience In this book, an
introductory essay surveys the development of the concept of
ideology from Marx to the present. Terry Eagleton, Peter Dews and
Seyla Benhabib assess the decisive contributions of Lukacs and the
Frankfurt School. A different tradition is revealed in an essay by
the French post-structuralist Michel Pecheux, while the study of
ideology is exemplified in classic texts by Theodor Adorno, Jacques
Lacan and Louis Althusser An intersection of Gramscian and
Althusserian motifs appear in a now famous debate over "the
dominant ideology thesis", reprinted here. Pierre Bourdieu
formulates his departure from this tradition in an interview with
Eagleton. Further readings of the ideological are explored by
Richard Rorty and Michele Barrett. Finally, Fredric Jameson
supplies a statement of the nature and position of the ideological
in late-capitalist society Slavoj Zizek is the author of "For They
Know Not What They Do", "The Sublime Object of Ideo
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