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“…Thompson asked impatiently when Terry Eagleton, a propos of Caudwell, suggested that they might be. 14 Though Thompson reacted strongly against the 'Jungle Marxism' of communistedited The Modern Quarterly, an archetypal product of the Cold War, it did provide a model in which the expertise of the professional groups was reconciled with a shared intellectual project in which the disciplinary boundary lines of the modern academic journal were disregarded. In the 'Caudwell discussion' itself, featuring in several issues and profoundly influencing Thompson, contributions were made both by writers and critics and by scientists and philosophers.…”
Section: Madeleine Davis and Kevin Morganmentioning
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“…Thompson asked impatiently when Terry Eagleton, a propos of Caudwell, suggested that they might be. 14 Though Thompson reacted strongly against the 'Jungle Marxism' of communistedited The Modern Quarterly, an archetypal product of the Cold War, it did provide a model in which the expertise of the professional groups was reconciled with a shared intellectual project in which the disciplinary boundary lines of the modern academic journal were disregarded. In the 'Caudwell discussion' itself, featuring in several issues and profoundly influencing Thompson, contributions were made both by writers and critics and by scientists and philosophers.…”
Section: Madeleine Davis and Kevin Morganmentioning