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Worlds Apart? The Unity of Liberation

John Sanbonmatsu, ed. Critical Theory and Animal Liberation, Plymouth, UK: Rowman & Littlefield, 2011. 376 pp. $90, ₤57.95. The review originally published in Humanimalia: a journal of interface human/animal studies, Fall 2011 Animal exploitation is a complex process that plays … Continue reading

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Left Tactics: How the State Makes us Waste our Energies and Benefits from our Lack of Unity

From the local to the global level, we have to deal with deteriorating social conditions, ever-growing problems which spiral further and further beyond our control. From the fact that dogs are not allowed on most public lawns in my neighbourhood … Continue reading

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Despair and Hope – Sartre’s last interview

In the last interview Sartre did before his death in 1980, he voiced both concern and a hopeful sentiment which are not unfamiliar, I think, to whomever decides to commit their life to the struggle for a better world. He … Continue reading

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“Antonio Gramsci – Life of a Revolutionary” by Giuseppe Fiori – a review

In 1965 Giuseppe Fiori completed a detailed and exquisitely researched biography of Antonio Gramsci, one of the most brilliant and persevering revolutionaries in the history of socialism. Until recently, I had a strong impression that nobody outside radical circles and … Continue reading

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