New Left Review: September-Oct...

The roots of today’s Great Recession are usually located in the financial excesses of the 1990s. Wolfgang Streeck traces a much longer arc, from 1945 onwards, of tensions between the logic of markets and the wishes of voters—culminating, he argues, in the international tempest of debt that now threatens to submerge democratic accountability altogether beneath the storm-waves of capital.

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The Stone: Occupy Wall Streets...

The Wall Street protests represent a refusal to engage the worn-out ideologies rooted in the Cold War.

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Martin Heidegger (Stanford Enc...

Martin Heidegger (1889–1976) was a German philosopher whose work is perhaps most readily associated with phenomenology and...

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Alan A. Stone: Imagining Faith

  The Tree of Life, directed by Terrence Malick In the movie, one sees, roughly, a family, the O’Briens, dealing with the...

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The Stone: Freud as Philosophe...

Sigmund Freud, that seer of the psyche, taught that you could be angry and not know it. You can also be a philosopher and not know it....

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