Çeviriler 1: Kodaman Sosyologlar, Martin Nicolaus

Başlık görseli, 2006 yılında Binghamton’da açtığım 1960lar: Toplumsal Hareketler dersinin afişinden. O zamanlar yaz okulunda ders açma lütfuna nail olunca, öğrenci toplamak için afiş asmak, tanıdık tanımadık bütün lisans öğrencilerine haber salmak gerekirdi. Bir önceki yaz okulunda dersim öğrenci yokluğundan kapanıp, ben de yazı beş parasız geçirmek zorunda kalınca, 60lar evet metalaşma, evet reklam, evet…… Continue reading Çeviriler 1: Kodaman Sosyologlar, Martin Nicolaus

Public Intellectuals-Part II: Take I-Doreen Massey July 09, 2008

Let’s continue with Doreen Massey’s piece on Caracas; a paragraph of hers would be more than enough, from the same issue of the Antipode(Vol. 4, Iss. 3), titled When Theory Meets Politics:     [aesop_quote type=”block” background=”#282828″ text=”#ffffff” align=”center” size=”2″ quote=”One of the many impressive aspects of the Bolivarian revolution is its active and explicit…… Continue reading Public Intellectuals-Part II: Take I-Doreen Massey July 09, 2008

Public Intellectuals-Part III: Terry Eagleton July 09, 2008

So far, the most enjoyable and the bluntest comments are made by Terry Eagleton: (Again, from the same issue of the Antipode)   [aesop_quote type=”pull” background=”#282828″ text=”#ffffff” align=”center” size=”1″ quote=”Academics, for example, tend to restrict their labours to surreally narrow fields. I once came across a doctoral thesis in Cambridge entitled "Some aspects of the…… Continue reading Public Intellectuals-Part III: Terry Eagleton July 09, 2008

Phlogiston, or how I completely degenerated Engels’ idea of Scientific rigor July 17, 2008

While in everyday life, in view of the simplicity of the relations which come into question, expressions like right, wrong, justice, conception of justice, can be used without misunderstanding even in relation to social matters, they create, as we have seen, hopeless confusion in any scientific investigation of economic relations, in fact, much the same…… Continue reading Phlogiston, or how I completely degenerated Engels’ idea of Scientific rigor July 17, 2008