"1968" was long associated with the revolt against consumer capitalism and with the values of the new left but hegemonic capitalist ideology – as the winner – later appropriated it. The Slovene philosopher takes a unique angle in analysing the economic, social and ideological background of this shift. He also investigates what remains from the heritage of '68; the changing features of capitalism, whether the idea of communism remains valid in the contemporary "postmodern" world; and, if the answer is yes, then what is and how can an "up-to-date" criticism of capitalism be made.
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