Category Archives: GWF Hegel

Lefebvre: State, Space, World

Lefebvre, Henri. 2009. State, Space, World: Selected Essays. Edited by Neil Brenner and Stuart Elden. Minneapolis, MN: Minnesota University Press. [Intro, Ch. 1, 2, 3, 11] So far, as this particular reading confirmed, no other thinker seems better equipped than … Continue reading

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Spaces of Capital

Harvey, David. 2001. Spaces of Capital: Towards a Critical Geography. New York: Routledge. [Chapters from Part II]. Geography of Capitalist Accumulation (1975) In this first chapter, we can see Harvey beginning to develop much of what later becomes central aspects … Continue reading

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Hegel’s Dialectic and Haiti

Hegel’s dialectic allows us to think and ask questions about the world in ways that encompasses a key set of fluid relations. As I understand it, these are the relations between the ideal and the material, which is implicitly also … Continue reading

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Notes “On the Jewish Question”

We produce a religiosity in the state because of the divide between our position as individuals and community, civil society and politics, everyday reality and the otherworldliness of institutions that govern us. We bring religious consciousness to our existence, and … Continue reading

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