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The New Left, the new class and socialism [1]
The New Left of the sixties has been eulogized in the mass media in recent years. Former activists have entered specific employment areas associated with the public sector, although many haveExpand
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Under the Shadow of Weimar: Democracy, Law, and Racial Incitement in Six Countries
Introduction Under the Shadow of Weimar: What Are the Lessons for the Modern Democracies? by Cyril Levitt French Law and Racial Incitement: On the Necessity and Limits of the Legal Responses by RogerExpand
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The Coming Crisis of Western Sociology
It comes as no surprise to the astute observer that academics on this continent are unable to cope with the ‘problems’ internal to their respective disciplines. Indeed, when attempts are made toExpand
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Noetics: The Science of Thinking and Knowing
"Noetics" is Lawrence Krader's magnum opus, which he began while still an undergraduate philosophy major at the City College of New York in the 1930s. By examining the architectonics of some of theExpand
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The call of character: Living a life worth living
In the Preface, the author Mari Ruti begins by referring to one of the “peculiarities” of the book and follows that up by outlining the three “interventions” which run throughout its pages. TheExpand
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