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Spinoza après Marx, ou le problème de l’ontologie marxienne

Hulak’s article is in French on cairn.info but the English abstract is pasted below. Why does the idea of a « spinozist » Marx seem so obvious nowadays, while there is no agreement at all about the features of this « spinozism », and … Continue reading

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Free Market Communism reading notes

Some brief notes I took while re-reading Eugene Holland’s Free Market Communism chapter in Nomad Citizenship. I keep coming back to this book and recommend it wholeheartedly. Eugene Holland Nomad Citizenship Free Market Communism notes. Distinction between markets and capitalism. … Continue reading

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Etienne Balibar: Towards a New Critique of Political Economy?—Marx and Beyond

Audio and video available at The Center for the Humanities at CUNY website.

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Highlights from the Foucault/Deleuze Political Philosophy conference 1/2

The conference at Purdue was a fantastic experience. It was my first time to be at one without at least a handful of concurrent sessions, so you could both see exactly how the papers related to one another and get … Continue reading

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Machinic processes vs. modes of production

I’m mainly posting this because I’ve been wallowing around in David Harvey’s Social Justice and the City again and this struck me as related but different in an important way. I can’t say anything intelligent now but I just wanted … Continue reading

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Frédéric Lordon’s Willing Slaves of Capital Review

My review of Lordon’s Willing Slaves of Capital is now posted on Antipode‘s website.

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Schumpeter on why the young are drawn to Marx

“Panting with impatience to have their innings, longing to save the world from something or other, disgusted with textbooks of undescribable tedium, dissatisfied emotionally and intellectually, unable to achieve synthesis by their own effort, they find what they crave for … Continue reading

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