May ’68 and the Crisis of Marxism (1978)

It is nec­es­sary, then, to mod­i­fy our rela­tion­ship to Marx­ism today, to begin from its lacu­nas, its points of fragili­ty – to open­ly con­front its for­bid­den zones, its blind spots, so that this real cri­sis becomes an eman­ci­pa­to­ry one, pro­duc­ing oth­er analy­ses, oth­er polit­i­cal prac­tices.