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“Aportaciones para una teoría crítica -sin Frankfurt-”: Stefan Gandler

16/04/2014 Deja un comentario

Ponencia del Dr. Stefan Gandler sobre “Aportaciones para una teoría crítica “sin Frankfurt” en el coloquio “Teoría Crítica desde las Americas” dentro del XVII Congreso Internacional de Filosofía en Morelia el pasado 7 de abril de 2014.

 

 

 

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“Os sentidos do trabalho”: Ricardo Antunes

09/04/2014 Deja un comentario

O sociólogo do trabalho Ricardo Antunes em conferência internacional em Portugal sobre seu clássico “Os sentidos do trabalho” (http://bit.ly/1hKAlER).

Em Os sentidos do trabalho, Ricardo Antunes demonstra que a sociedade do trabalho abstrato possibilitou, por meio da constituição de uma massa de trabalhadores expulsos do processo produtivo, a aparência da sociedade fundada no descentramento da categoria trabalho e na perda de centralidade do ato laborativo no mundo contemporâneo.

autor também alerta, porém, para o fato de que o entendimento das mutações em curso no mundo operário nos obriga a ir além das aparências. Ao fazer isso, lembra que o sentido dado ao trabalho pelo capital é completamente diverso do sentido atribuído pela humanidade.

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“The 17 Contradictions of Capitalism”: David Harvey at LSE

07/04/2014 Deja un comentario

Speaker: Professor David Harvey
Chair: Dr Murray Low

Recorded on 2 April 2014 in Old Theatre, Old Building.

You thought capitalism was permanent? Think again. Leading Marxist thinker Professor David Harvey unravels the contradictions at the heart of capitalism — its drive, for example, to accumulate capital beyond the means of investing it.

David Harvey (@profdavidharvey) is Distinguished Professor of Anthropology and Geography at the Graduate Centre of the City University of New York. This event marks the publication of Professor Harvey’s new book, Seventeen Contradictions and the End of Capitalism.

Murray Low is associate professor of human geography in the Department of Geography & Environment at LSE. Leer más…

“Frantz Fanon, Política y Poética del Sujeto Poscolonial”: Alejandro de Oto

07/04/2014 Deja un comentario

El día de hoy nos acompaña el Dr. Alejandro de Oto, para hablar del pensamiento de Frantz Fanon, el revolucionario, psiquiatra, filósofo y escritor nacido en Martinica, el Dr. Oto nos ayudará a entender el pensamiento descolonizador que caracteriza a este pensador.

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“Henri Lefebvre et l’introduction du concept d’aliénation”: André Tosel

07/04/2014 Deja un comentario

André Tosel : philosophe, professeur émérite à l’Université de Nice

Paris, Sorbonne 22 mars 2014

 

 

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“Towards the modern Prince : Gramsci’s Machiavellian metaphor”: Peter D. Thomas

02/04/2014 Deja un comentario

This video has been recorded at the international conference on ‘Machiavelli’s The Prince: Five Centuries of History, Conflict, and Politics’ at Brunel University, London, 29th-31st May, 2013.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“Fronteiras do Pensamento”: Fredric Jameson

31/03/2014 Deja un comentario

O programa Fronteiras do Pensamento apresenta a primeira parte da conferência “A Estética da Singularidade”, de Frederic Jameson. O professor e crítico literário norte-americano analisa a pós-modernidade sob a ótica da globalização e da desconstrução de fronteiras. Para isso, ele se utiliza das mais diversas áreas da vida contemporânea, como economia, informação e política.

 

 

 

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“Presentación de la Traducción Revisada de El Capital de Karl Marx”: Gerardo Avalos, Ignacio Perrotini, Enrique Dussel y Rolando Cordera

28/03/2014 Deja un comentario

El día de hoy desde la XXXV Feria Internacional del Libro del Palacio de Minería y gracias al apoyo del Fondo de Cultura Económica podemos transmitir la presentación de la nueva edición de la traducción revisada del Capital de Karl Marx, una edición traducida por Don Wenceslao Roces. Esta presentación corre a cargo de los Doctores Gerardo Avalos, Ignacio Perrotini, Enrique Dussel y Rolando Cordera.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“Introduction to Marxist Economics”: Ben Fine

26/03/2014 Deja un comentario

Ben Fine from SOAS University explains the fundamental ideas of Marxist Economics as a part of lecture series “What you won’t learn in an economics degree: an introduction to heterodox economics”.

The lecture was hosted by Post-Crash Economics Society Manchester and Manchester’s Political Economy Institute.

To watch the videos of the previous lectures go to
http://www.post-crasheconomics.com/ev…

On the 4th of February we are lucky to have the Marxist economist Ben Fine from SOAS University in London for the fifth instalment in our lecture series “What You Won’t Learn in an Economics Degree: an Introduction to Heterodox Economics”. Fine is one of the Uk’s best known Marxists and has authored and co-authored a number of books on the subject, including an introduction to Marx’s capital. Marxist economics is often misunderstood or even scoffed at because of its perceived political implications. However, with the global economy in crisis, some believe it’s now hard not to take seriously many of the things Marx wrote about capitalism’s systemic tendency toward catastrophe.

According to the Marxist analysis, labour is the sole source of ‘value’, and capitalists make a profit by paying labourers wages lower than the value the labourers produce. However, as technology develops, capitalists tend to substitute capital for labour to increase productivity. This has the perverse effect of lowering the amount of labour performed – and therefore the surplus produced – in the economy as a whole. As the rate of profit falls, this manifests itself in periodic crises as capitalists cut back to try and recover profits.

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“Geopolitical Economy: After US Hegemony, Globalization and Empire”: Radhika Desai

24/03/2014 Deja un comentario

GLOBALFAULTLINES SEMINAR SERIES, 2014 — First Seminar:

Geopolitical Economy: After US Hegemony, Globalization and Empire
Professor Radhika Desai (University of Manitoba, Canada)
Discussant: Professor Bulent Gokay (Keele University, UK)
Friday, 7 February 2014, 4 -6 p.m.
Keele University, UK

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Audio de la conferencia “El Valor del Socialismo” de Adolfo Sánchez Vázquez, 2003

20/03/2014 Deja un comentario

Conferencia: El Valor del Socialismo


Conferenciante: Sr. Adolfo Sánchez Vázquez
 
Presentación a cargo del Sr. Francisco Fernández Buey

Fecha: 17-11-2003
 
Lugar: Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Barcelona-España)

Audio “Entrevista a Adolfo Sánchez Vázquez” Noviembre 2003

20/03/2014 Deja un comentario

Entrevista a Adolfo Sánchez Vázquez

Entrevistador: Iñaki Vázquez Álvarez

Fecha: 16-11-2003
Lugar: Hotel Colón (Barcelona-España)
Preparación de las preguntas: Francisco Gil e Iñaki Vázquez Álvarez

“The bourgeois state: class domination on the basis of freedom and equality”: Michael Heinrich

18/03/2014 Deja un comentario

13.3.2014., 20h, Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences, Zagreb, Croatia
Moderated by: Stipe Ćurković
Organised by: Centre for labour Studies (CRS)

talk at [01:45 - 52:54]
discussion at [52:55 - 01:44:27]

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“Adolfo Sánchez Vázquez. Lucidez y congruencia”: Maestros detrás de las ideas

10/03/2014 Deja un comentario

Coordinada y creada por Adolfo Castañón, la exitosa serie Maestros detrás de las ideas cuenta ya con cinco años de transmisión y ha sido galardonada en 2010 con el Premio Nacional de Periodismo José Pagés Llergo.

Maestros detrás de las ideas es una serie de TV UNAM que, coordinada y creada por el Premio Xavier Villaurrutia 2008 Adolfo Castañón, nos acerca a esos grandes protagonistas de la vida académica de México: los profesores e investigadores de la UNAM, parte esencial de la invaluable riqueza universitaria. En sus cinco años de vida, esta serie de TV UNAM ha producido y transmitido 69 programas.

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The State of Worldly Philosophy: Past Visions of New School Economics

10/03/2014 Deja un comentario

Sixty years after the publication of Robert Heilbroner’s “The Worldly Philosophers,” the economics department (http://www.newschool.edu/nssr/economics) at The New School for Social Research (http://www.newschool.edu/nssr) welcomes a colloquium hosted by the Economics Student Union (ESU).

 

Speakers:

- David Howell, The New School
- Edward Nell, The New School
- Anwar Shaikh, The New School
- Mark Larrimore, The New School

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