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This text introduces a symposium on the thought and legacy of the French Marxist, Daniel Bensaïd. The authors consider Bensaïd’s theoretical contributions to Marxism, especially the concepts of temporality, political strategy, and revolutionary organisation, as well as his ability to fuse militant activism and intellectual work. This is followed by brief summaries of the articles gathered in the symposium, and a reflection on Bensaïd’s relevance for future Marxist research.

Affiliations: 1: New School for Social Research New York arruzzac@newschool.edu ; 2: History of Consciousness Department, University of California Santa Cruz pking@ucsc.edu

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1. Artous Antoine, Bensaïd Daniel"‘Que faire? (1903) et la création de la Ligue communiste (1969)’" Critique communiste 1976Vol 6
2. Bensaïd Daniel"‘Grève générale, front unique, dualité du pouvoir’" Critique communiste 1979Vol 26
3. Bensaïd Daniel"‘Revolutionary Strategy Today’" Notebooks for Study and Research 1987Vol 4
4. Bensaïd Daniel Walter Benjamin: Sentinelle Messianique 1990 Paris Plon
5. Bensaïd Daniel Le pari mélancolique. Métamorphoses de la politique, politique des métamorphoses 1997 Paris Fayard
6. Bensaïd Daniel Elliott Gregory Marx for Our Times: Adventures and Misadventures of a Critique 2002 London Verso
7. Bensaïd Daniel Budgen Sebastian, Kouvelakis Stathis, Žižek Slavoj"‘“Leaps, Leaps, Leaps”: Lenin and Politics’" Lenin Reloaded: Toward a Politics of Truth 2007a Durham, NC. Duke University Press
8. Bensaïd Daniel"‘The Return of Strategy’" International Socialism 2007bVol 113 available at: <>.
9. Bensaïd Daniel"‘Stratégie et politique: De Marx à la IIIe Internationale’" 2007c paper presented at the ‘Marx au XXIe siècle’ seminar series held in Paris, available at: <>.
10. Bensaïd Daniel Fernbach David An Impatient Life: A Memoir 2014a London Verso
11. Bensaïd Daniel King Patrick"‘The Notion of the Revolutionary Crisis in Lenin’" Viewpoint Magazine 2014bVol 4 available at: <>.
12. Camfield David"‘Theoretical Foundations of an Anti-racist Queer Feminist Historical Materialism’" Critical Sociology 2014Vol 42 2 1 18
13. Sabado Francois Daniel Bensaïd, l’intempestif 2012 Paris La Découverte
14. Tomba Massimiliano Thomas Peter D., Farris Sara R."Marx’s Temporalities" Historical Materialism 2013 Leiden Brill Book Series
15. Tombazos Stavros Georgiou Christakis"Time in Capital: The Categories of Time in Marx’s Capital" Historical Materialism 2014 Leiden Brill Book Series
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