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Critical Thought Seminars postponed this weekend – April 20, 2019

Due to Passover and East­er week­end for many, we are post­pon­ing class­es this Sat­ur­day until the fol­low­ing Sat­ur­day, the 27th. 

Readings For IRI Seminars on April 27th, 2019:

What Does It Mean to Be Left? with Stan­ley Aronowitz:Left Turn: Forg­ing a New Polit­i­cal Future – Chap­ter 5, “The Shape of Prac­tice.“Georg Lukács, His­to­ry and Class Con­scious­ness – Towards a Method­ol­o­gy of the Prob­lem of Organ­i­sa­tion (p. 295)

Freud and Phi­los­o­phy: Over­com­ing the Self and its apo­r­ias with Michael Pelias:
We will con­tin­ue to engage pages 58 – 159 of Book I,“The Plac­ing of Freud” in Paul Ricoeur’s Freud and Phi­los­o­phy, and Freud’s 1914 work “On Nar­cis­sism”.

The Age of Anx­i­ety Co-taught by Peter Brat­sis and Michael Pelias:
W.H. Auden’s poem, “The Age of Anx­i­ety: A Baroque Eclogue.”

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