>The answer to dogmatic Marxism is not Judith Butler, as Doug Henwood seems
I do not think any such thing, nor have I said or written anything remotely like that. Just because I think someone is intelligent and instructive doesn't mean I think he or she has "the answer." A minor point: her critique of "neoconservative Marxism," though rather misspecified (Alan Sokal is *not* a Marxist), it still has a lot in common with the Proyect critique of "dogmatic Marxism."
By the way, this will all be thrashed out in the lbo-talk seminar on Butler's Psychic Life of Power, beginning on January 10.