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“even the biographical individual is a social category. It can only be defined in a living context together with others; it is this context that shapes its social character and only in this context does an individual life acquire meaning within given social conditions.”

April 15, 2008

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Here is the paper I have mentioned in previous posts that uses Marx and Adorno to critique pluralist democratic theory. Have a gander and leave helpful comments if you fancy:

Problematizing Pluralism Chris O’Kane Paper prepared for NYSPSA

The importance of Karl Marx’s On the Jewish Question has re-emerged in light of the myriad of recent scholarship on what is variously termed pluralism or the politics of difference. Marx’s early polemic against Bruno Bauer addresses the question of how to integrate the Jews into German society. In marked contrast to Bauer’s argument that political incorporation and the renunciation of religion will solve the matter, Marx draws a distinction between political and human emancipation and argues that political emancipation does not fully resolve the oppression of Jewish identity. Marx argues this is because political emancipation does not account for the mediating influence of the historic conditions of civil society, which creates the antagonistic identities of the German and the Jew. For Marx, it is only human emancipation that will do away with this antagonism;

All emancipation is a reduction of the human world and relationships to man himself.

Political emancipation is the reduction of man, on the one hand, to a member of civil society, to an egoistic, independent individual, and, on the other hand, to a citizen, a juridical person.

Only when the real, individual man re-absorbs in himself the abstract citizen, and as an individual human being has become a species-being in his everyday life, in his particular work, and in his particular situation, only when man has recognized and organized his “own powers” as social powers, and, consequently, no longer separates social power from himself in the shape of political power, only then will human emancipation have been accomplished.

In his lecture on “Negative Universal History,” Theodor W Adorno makes a parenthetical critique of pluralism that I will try to show has a devastating impact on pluralist democratic theory. This is because despite the fact that many pluralists utilize Adorno’s notion of the particular to advocate their politics of difference, Adorno critiques pluralism as ideological. Following Marx, Adorno asserts that instead of addressing the conditions in civil society that oppress these divergent and antagonistic identities, pluralism operates ideologically because it taking these conditions as a given and falsely reconciles them with the very conditions that oppress them. Here Marx’s notion of the inadequacy of political emancipation absorbs pluralism;

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You’re already familiar with the print() , input() , and len() functions from the previous chapters. Python provides several builtin functions like these, but you can also write your own functions. A function is like a mini-program within a program.

To better understand how functions work, let’s create one. Type this program into the file editor and save it as helloFunc.py :

The first line is a def statement ❶, which defines a function named hello() . The code in the block that follows the def statement ❷ is the body of the function. This code is executed when the function is called, not when the function is first defined.

The hello() lines after the function ❸ are function calls. In code, a function call is just the function’s name followed by parentheses, possibly with some number of arguments in between the parentheses. When the program execution reaches these calls, it will jump to the top line in the function and begin executing the code there. When it reaches the end of the function, the execution returns to the line that called the function and continues moving through the code as before.

Since this program calls hello() three times, the code in the hello() function is executed three times. When you run this program, the output looks like this:

A major purpose of functions is to group code that gets executed multiple times. Without a function defined, you would have to copy and paste this code each time, and the program would look like this:

In general, you always want to avoid duplicating code, because if you ever decide to update the code—if, for example, you find a bug you need to fix—you’ll have to remember to change the code everywhere you copied it.

As you get more programming experience, you’ll often find yourself deduplicating code, which means getting rid of duplicated or copy-and-pasted code. Deduplication makes your programs shorter, easier to read, and easier to update.

When you call the print() or len() function, you pass in values, called arguments in this context, by typing them between the parentheses. You can also define your own functions that accept arguments. Type this example into the file editor and save it as helloFunc2.py :

When you run this program, the output looks like this:

The definition of the hello() function in this program has a parameter called name ❶. A parameter is a variable that an argument is stored in when a function is called. The first time the hello() function is called, it’s with the argument 'Alice' ❸. The program execution enters the function, and the variable name is automatically set to 'Alice' , which is what gets printed by the print() statement ❷.

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