From the outset of the research and the theoretical elaboration in whose development we hope to involve a growing number of sociologists, political scientists and specialists in the human and social sciences, in the sphere of imperialism and its concrete dialectics — as we have defined it here, the dialectical relations between imperialism and national movements throughout the contemporary world — two facts present themselves, and will reappear to differing degrees in other realms of the theorisation of the social sciences.
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Notes and References
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