Just a quick apology that I have left comments and emails hanging for some time now – my net access has been much more limited than I had expected, and unfortunately I am online only very briefly now. I will catch up – hopefully next week. In the interim, thanks to everyone for their comments and their patience.
While I have a few moments online, I wanted to post updated information for the Marx and Philosophy event that will take place at Goldsmiths on Monday 2 June (soon!!). Tom Bunyard, who has been organising the event, tells me that interest has been high enough that we’ve needed to relocate to a larger room. The updated information for the event is:
A one day workshop reflecting on issues relating to globalisation, resistance, value and the Interpretation of Capital.
The day will be geared towards discussion, and is organised around presentations dealing with the following topics: global community; civil disobedience and its tactical evaluation; recent appropriation of Marx’s concepts; the content and implications of Marx’s work, and his relation to philosophy.
Speakers and timetable
2.00 – 3.15
J. Brookes: “Marx and Global Community”
S. Meaden: “A Critical Appraisal of the ‘Reclaim the Streets’ Movement”
(3.15 – 3.30 – break)
3.30 – 4.30
B. Polhill: “Antonio Negri’s Social Ontology of Real Subsumption”
N. Gray and R. Lucas: “Formal and Real Subsumption – Logical or Historical Categories?”
(4.30 – 5.00 – break)
5.00 – 6.30
N. Pepperell: “When Is It Safe to Read Capital?”
A. Toscano: response
Venue: Room 137, Richard Hoggart Building, Goldsmiths College, New Cross, London SE14 6NW
The event is hosted by the Graduate School of Goldsmiths College, University of London.
For any enquiries please contact Tom Bunyard at: email@example.com