The Philosophical Roots of Anti-Capitalism: Essays on History, Culture, and Dialectical Thought David Black, Lexington Books (2013) Capitalism in the U.S. and Europe has evidently survived the massive financial crisis it found itself confronted by in late 2007. What’s more, at least in the U.S., capitalism was neither seriously threatened with mass political or social […]
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David Black, author of Helen Macfarlane: a Feminist, Revolutionary Journalist and Philosopher in Mid-Nineteenth-Century England, has written a comment (“‘No Justice, No Peace’ and Blood and Flames on England’s Streets: 1981, 1985, and 2011)” on the recent urban unrest in Britain.
While Criticism &c. categorically and definitively rejects the position that capital is the self-developing subject of history, the French revolutionary thinker Jacques Camatte—the former Bordigist who developed ideas along this line—deserves a higher profile than the one he currently enjoys. As Loren Goldner pointed out in a review of Moishe Postone’s Time, Labor and Social […]