Monday, October 11, 2010 - 6:30pm

We will be discussing:
The coal miners’ strike, automation, and a philosophy for a new era

Marxist-Humanism grew out of the recognition that our time is characterized not only by state-capitalism, automated production, and counter-revolution but a “movement from practice that is itself a form of theory.” This discussion focuses on the “philosophic moment” of its birth.

READINGS:
❖  From the book-in-progress: “The Emergence of a New Movement from Practice That Is Itself a Form of Theory”
❖  From Dunayevskaya’s fundamental writings: The Philosophic Moment of Marxist-Humanism
❖  From News & Letters (Jan.-Feb. 2010): “On the 60th Anniversary of the Coal Miners’ General Strike: Automation and Marxist-Humanism’s Birth” by Andy Phillips

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