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Terry Eagleton – On ‘Why Marx Was Right’

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Friere’s ‘Pedagogy of the Oppressed’ – with Noam Chomsky

Below is a very interesting talk on Paolo Friere’s landmark text on the development of critical consciousness in students.  Definitely worth a watch.

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David Harvey – Crises of Capitalism (Animation)

 

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The End of Capitalism – David Harvey

A very interesting talk from one of the leading Marxist scholars.  Skip to 8:00 to get past the introduction.

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Book Review: Richard Wolff – ‘Occupy the Economy’

I recently had the pleasure of visiting a bookstore I have been long wanting to see – San Francisco’s City Lights Books.  Ever since being introduced to Allen Ginsberg, Jack Kerouac, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, and the rest of the Beats in … Continue reading

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Capitalism and Slavery

Whether due to indoctrination or education, Americans are often hesitant to question the philosophical, ethical, or economic principles upon which our nation is built.  Karl Marx said that our ideological superstructure (culture, institutions, ideologies) attempts to legitimize and naturalize the … Continue reading

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