Vol 9, No 1 (2016)Special Theme Issue: AlienationTable of ContentsIntroduction Old Philosophical Themes: Marx, Value, and Alienation Scott Timcke PDF 5-7 Special Theme Articles Value ...

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Vol 9, No 1 (2016) - Special Theme Issue: Alienation

Vol 9, No 1 (2016)Special Theme Issue: AlienationTable of ContentsIntroduction Old Philosophical Themes: Marx, Value, and Alienation Scott Timcke PDF 5-7 Special Theme Articles Value and exploitation Geoff Mann PDF 8-14 Walter Benjamin, Franz Borkenau, and the

    



Vol 8, No 2 (2016)

Vol 8, No 2 (2016)Table of ContentsIntroduction Introduction: Navigating the Academic Workplace Charles R. Menzies PDF 5-6 Student Showcase Patching up False Dichotomies in the Birth Subculture Jessie K. Tougas PDF 7-21 Articles The Gnostic Tourist: Gambling,

    



Vol 7, No 2 (2015)

Table of Contents Introduction Navigating the way toward social justice Charles R. Menzies PDF 5-6 Special Theme Reflections and Comments Scholars and Activism: Can Progressive Scholarship Advance a Left Politics Steve Striffler

    



Navigating the way toward social justice

On the cover of the March 2015 issue of the journalNew Proposals is a photo taken in the wheelhouse of a coastal British Columbiafishboat. It is dark out, the image is not in sharp focus, the man on the wheelis staring up at an electronic map display, and we can’t see forward through the vessel’s windows. Forthose familiar with navigational electronics you will know that the greendisplay

    


Old Philosophical Themes: Marx, Justice, and Alienation

Inspite of its clear and distinguished pedigree in European political philosophyand theology, the concept of alienation is now associated, almost exclusively,with Marxian critical theory and analysis. Yet, even within the orbit of Marxianthought the meaning and function of the concept of alienation has not alwayshad a comfortable or stable position. Pointing to polysemic and intermittent

    


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