Structural Marxism

Structural Marxism arose next to the humanistic Marxism of which dominated many western universities in the 1970s. In comparison to Humanistic Marxism, Althusser stressed that Marxism seemed to be a science of which examined objective structures, and he assumed that humanistic, historistic and also phenomenological Marxism, which was based on Marx’s first works, was caught inside a “pre-scientific humanistic ideology”.