Left to right: Emory Douglas Illustration, Aristotle, Nicos Poulantzas
(4:30–6:30pm): an eight week course — $15 per session or $100 for all eight sessions.
The ethic of democracy is central to the project of Marxism. This class will examine the concept of democracy and how it has been incorporated within the Marxist tradition. The Marxist critique of liberal ‘democracy’ and the relation of democracy to human creation as well as economic production will also be interrogated. Readings will include works from Aristotle, Marx, Gramsci, Pannekoek, Luxemburg, Castoriadis, and Poulantzas.
Readings will include:
Oct. 6, Week 2: Conthttp://b‑ok.xyz/book/981479/71b4f2inuation of Castoridis and Book 1 of Aristotle’s Politics
Nov. 3, Week 6: Jean-Paul Sartre, “Elections: A Trap for Fools”, and Claus Offe, “The Two Logics of Collective Action”
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* It is also possible to pay per session in person.