What is the relation between “theory and practice,” and what is the meaning of the unity of theory and practice? Does Marx identify practice with the idea of engineering society, so that the knowledge of the laws that govern economic forces serve as an algorithm, to construct, engineer, in a technical way, a new and better political and economic system?
Summer 2016 Newsletter
Section on Marxist Sociology Newsletter-Summer 2016
Join with us in congratulating the winners of our section awards! ASA MARXIST SOCIOLOGY SECTION AWARDS 2016 Marxist Sociology Lifetime Achievement Award (Co-winners): David Fasenfest Scott McNall Howard Waitzkin Paul Sweezy Marxist Sociology Book Award: Wendy Matsumura, The Limits of Okinawa Outstanding [...]
Enough! Somewhere, somewhere perhaps in the desert of Iraq, or perhaps in Palestine or the Afghan hills, amidst the cacophony of shells, the reek of boiled-off flesh, somewhere, a voice awakens ...
Seemingly helpless in a democracy beyond repair, on a world brewing the floods, droughts and endless wanderings of a vengeful planet, I live as a godless Jew in an age when the leaders of Judaism spit the fires of Uzis and smart bombs like the bowels of Ba’al in eras past ...
As you drive your treads to flatten rubble, crushing bodies, rag dolls, toys beneath bodies beneath walls beneath tables beneath refrigerators beneath your treads beneath beneath do you relish victory?