colin s. cavell
cscpo at polsci.umass.edu
Tue Aug 16 09:28:45 MDT 1994
On Mon, 15 Aug 1994 at 13:33:30 -0400 (EDT)
Laura Ebert (EBERT at newschool.edu) wrote:
>but also at this point my interest in marxism pertains
>specifically to philosophical questions raised by the man himself -
>vis-a-vis the scoundral Jon Elster, the analytical marxist.
but at the end of the posting Laura writes:
>...In short, I find some potential in Elster's
>work on "self-realization" and will explore the
>possibility of applying his standard...to household labor.
>Since I haven't actually written the paper I'm going to sign off in a
>couple of days for a month or so. However, until then if anyone
>thinks I'm complete nuts or whatever! write!
I would not at this point describe you as "nuts," but there does appear
to be a contradiction with regards to certain of your beliefs.
Colin S. Cavell
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