1st and 2nd weeks: Gramsci, Antonio. “The Study of Philosophy” in Prison Notebooks, pp. 323–377 (International Publishers edition, 2005)
3rd and 4th weeks: Marx, Karl. The Economic and Philosophical Ms. of 1844, edited and introduced by Dirk J. Struik (International Publishers, 1997)
5th week. Lukacs, Georg. “The Phenomenon of Reification” in History and Class Consciousness , pp. 83–110. (MIT Press, 1970).
6th week: Korsch, Karl. Marxism and Philosophy
Adorno, Theodor. “Why Still Philosophy” in Critical Models, pp. 5–18. (Columbia University Press, 2005)
7th week: The Italian Schools: Della Volpe, Galvano. “Italian Hegelianism: Croce and Galileo” pp. 229–246 in Logic as a Positive Science (NLB, 1980)
Colletti, Lucio. “Hegel and the ‘Dialectic of Matter’ “ in Marxism and Hegel, pp.7–27. (Verso, 1979)
8th week: Sartre, Jean- Paul “Search for a Method”, the introduction to Critique of Dialectical Reason and Lefebvre, Henri. Chapters 1,4, and 5 in Meta Philosophy ( Verso 2016)
9th week: Althusser, Louis. “The Historical Task of Marxist Philosophy (1967) “ in The Humanist Controversy and Other Writings, pp. 155–220. ( Verso, 2009).
10th week: Negri, Antonio. ‘Multitudo”,pp.225–261 in Time for Revolution (Continuum, 2003. 2004)