The Marx and Philosophy Society aims to encourage scholarly engagement with, and creative development of, the philosophical and foundational aspects of Marx's work. The society welcomes contributions from any philosophical or political position.
Annnual Conference 2015: Marx and Utopia
UCL Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1H OAL
Saturday 13 June 2015, 9.45am - 6.00pm
- Lea Ypi (LSE)
- David Leopold (Oxford)
Marx's Critique of Utopia
- Gregory Claeys (Royal Holloway)
Marx, Marxism and Utopia
- Paul Raekstad (Cambridge)
Marx's realism, utopianism, and the
role of vision
- Owen Holland (Cambridge)
Utopia and the
suspension of the political
- Sina Talachian (Amsterdam)
Between universalism and particularism: the later Marx's conception of reformism
- Emily Cousens (Oxford Brookes)
contribution to feminist thought
- Dimitri Kladiskakis (Sussex)
Marx and Heidegger: social ontology and the object
- Chris Ferguson (Sussex)
Collective alienation in Marx's early work
Attendance is free and open to all, but please email Meade McCloughan at email@example.com to reserve a place.
The Society gratefully acknowledges the support of the Mind Association.
Just published online in the Marx and Philosophy Review of Books
- Andrew Rowcroft on Harrison, Revolutionary Subjectivity in Post-Marxist
- Devin Lefebvre on Peter Osborne, Anywhere
or Not at All
- Mark Bergfeld on Jeremy Brecher, Strike!
- Richard Weir on Deborah Tollefsen, Groups as
Anderson on McChesney,
Blowing the Roof off the Twenty-First Century
- Daniel Gaido on Bustos on The
Untold Story of Che in Bolivia
And a new list of books for review
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