Reappraisals and Appreciations

Amílcar Cabral And The Politics Of Culture And Identity

By Firoze Manji
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We talk a lot about Africa, but we in our Party must remember that before being Africans we are … human beings, who belong to the whole world. – Amilcar Cabral, Unity and Struggle Drawing in particular on the ideas of the Guinea-Bissau revolutionary, Amilcar Cabral, I discuss how the term ‘African’ became a synonym for…

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The “New” Lukács

By Andrew Feenberg
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The reception of Lukács’s History and Class Consciousness has always been fraught, even frankly hostile. The early attacks among Marxists in the Soviet Union and Hungary provoked Lukács to write a clarifying “Defense” of his book, but he did not publish it and it has only recently been available. Those early attacks were effective: History and Class Consciousness practically…

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The Continued Relevance Of W.E.B. Du Bois, Sixty Years On

By Bill Fletcher, Jr
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I had to be reminded that 2023 marks the 60th anniversary of the passing of one of the greatest thinkers of the 20thcentury:  W.E.B. Dubois. Du Bois passed away the day before the legendary 1963 March on Washington.  In fact, a few months prior to his death he wrote a solidarity statement with those engaged in the march.  A…

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Logos Journal - Scalia Myths

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