Monthly Archives: December 2014

New Years Resolutions

“New Years Resolution: Finish Capital.” Karl Marx 1857-1883. “New Years Resolution: Finish Capital.” Friedrich Engels 1883-1895. “New Years Resolution: Finish Capital. Karl Kautsky 1905-1910. “New Years Resolution: Finish compiling all of Marx’s notes on Capital” MEGA I 1927-1935. “New Years … Continue reading

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Radio Lacis

Is The Puppet a Weapon or a Comrade?

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The Process of Domination II

Here is an updated version of my talk on critical theory, capitalism and the domination of nature and the Harper government, the properly polished version with footnotes etc. will be published in late summer: “The Process of Domination Spews out … Continue reading

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Adorno on the State and Capital

Expanding and revising my talk on the domination of nature I posted sometime back for publication in late summer. Well, I’d hoped it would be just that. Really, its turned into a proper re-structuring and a re-write. One of the … Continue reading

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CFP Workshop on Capitalism and sustainability

Call for papers – Workshop on Capitalism & Sustainability Publié le3 décembre 2014 par valery dans Nouvelles du CRÉ Centre de recherche en éthique (CRE), Montréal, 9th-­‐10th April 2015. Mass extinction, ocean acidification, global warming, oil spills, and many other … Continue reading

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CFP Marx’s Capital: The Basement Tapes

Marx’s Capital: The Basement Tapes The 2015 Institute on Culture and Society (ICS) Sponsored by the Marxist Literary Group (MLG) June 24-28, 2015, Georgetown University The first volume of Capital was the only one completed by Marx and published during … Continue reading

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CFP HM NYC 2015

Historical Materialism Conference New York: Returns of Capital New York University, April 24-26, 2015 Capitalism is “back,” in more ways than one. Since the crisis of 2008, academics and commentators beyond the usual confines of the Marxist left have once … Continue reading

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