In his new book, Noam Chomsky takes on a perilous human obsession: the mind-body split, dualism between spirit and matter.
The politics of science have to be re-thought -- that is, we should not assume that the link between scientific method, epistemology and political implementation is pre-determined.
Jean-Jacques Rousseau's ideas, whether acknowledged or not, have permeated Western counter-hegemonic, progressive thought -- modern and postmodern -- for the last 250 years.
David Harvey, anthropology professor, geographer, and authority on Karl Marx's work Capital, has just published Rebel Cities: From the Right to the City to the Urban Revolution.
Aaron Leonard interviews literary critic and Marxist political theorist, Fredric Jameson on Representing Capital: A Reading of Volume One, that revisits Karl Marx's most important work, Capital.
The political-philosophical messages found in Seeing like a State, Shock Doctrine, and Pathologies of Power are having an interesting argument in my head. Time to share it.