The Boston Public Library (Copley Square) NOTES FROM A WORKER’S PERSPECTIVE I’ve worked in libraries for about four years: two years at a small private college in Boston, a year … Continue reading The Crisis of Libraries
Fidelidad En La Tormenta: Appendix
This is the appendix to two essays on the Mexican Revolution. The first half can be found here and the second half here. Women in the Mexican Revolution & The … Continue reading Fidelidad En La Tormenta: Appendix
Discourse on Dogmatism
An essay on organization, religion, discourse, and dogmatism.
Fidelidad En La Tormenta: Part 2
This is the second half of this essay, and the first half can be found here. THINKING THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION The Mexican Revolution was an event on a grand scale. … Continue reading Fidelidad En La Tormenta: Part 2
Fidelidad En La Tormenta: Part 1
An Introduction to the Mexican Revolution and the Liberating Army of the South “Yo andaba preguntando, por que andaban peleandoMi madre cavilando me dio contestaciónMe hablo de las banderas, de … Continue reading Fidelidad En La Tormenta: Part 1
Construction The philosophy of construction is based on the fact that all knowledge is produced by people. As the French epistemologist Gaston Bachelard says in the Formation of the Scientific Mind, “Nothing proceeds … Continue reading Mission
‘Exceptional Situations’ and Revolutionary Politics
A critique of the PCF’s conservatism and an articulation of a Marxist approach to politics.
An analysis of the narrative of the decline of the working class following May ’68 and the rest of the 60s and 70s in the West.
The Formation of the Student Movement
An analysis of how the student movement formed in May ’68.
The PCF and the Party Form
An analysis of the party-form through the prism of May ’68.