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HM LDN 2016

I’ll be presented and chairing several of the panels on Marxy critical theory and value theory type stuff at this year’s HM LDN. Find the the details here and lemmie know if your going to make it. Advertisements

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The Obsolescence of Humanity

Looks like somebody is working on a long overdue translation of Gunther Anders The Obsolescence of Humanity: Exactly half a century ago, in the year 1906, my father William Stern, at the time about twenty years younger and generations more … Continue reading

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Critical Transdisciplinary Research Network

Heathwood Press, which publishes the writings of Clarke, Gunn, Wilding and others, is organizing a Critical Transdisciplinary Research Network. Give at go, if ya fancy.

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Clarke on Lukacs

This bit from Simon Clarke’s Marx, Marginalism and Modern Sociology — taken from Amy Kim’s excellent Constellations article ‘The Vicissitudes of Critique: The Decline and Reemergence of the Problem of Capitalism’ — is a good characterization of Lukacs and does … Continue reading

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On the possibility that the revolution that will end capitalism might fail to usher in communism

Originally posted on communists in situ:
Marcel Stoetzler,┬áBangor University, UK The optimism of the left repeats the insidious bourgeois superstition that one should not talk of the devil but look on the bright side. (Adorno, 1978: 114)1 1 In this…

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Agnoli Film

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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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