Conf. in Havana on 100 anniv. of death of Engels

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Mon Feb 20 22:41:10 MST 1995


Call for papers and participation

INSTITUTE OF PHILOSOPHY (CUBA)
AND THE CUBAN SOCIETY OF PHILOSOPHICAL
RESEARCH

    The Validity of Classical Marxism: An
      International  Conference on the
 Centennial of the Death of Frederick Engels

     Havana, 19-22 September 1995
Program
1. Marxism and national tradition
2. Marxism and global problems on the eve of the twenty-first century
3. The materialist conception of history: A theory that has stood the test
of time
4. Marx and Engels concept of socialism and todays world challenges


Round Tables
I. Engels contribution to the elaboration of Marxism
II. Marxisms relevance for the Third World and particularly for Latin
America

Working languages: English and Spanish

Collateral Activities
 	Conferences on Cuban reality
 	Visits to places of interest
 	Cultural activities

Registration Fees
$US 70 for participants; $US 40 for accompanying persons; $US 35 for
students.

Meal and lodging packages will be offered for seven nights and eight
days, starting at  $US 300, including transfer from and to Havana airport
and ground transportation to and from conference sessions.

For further information, contact the Conference Secretariat: Instituto de
Filosofma, Calzada # 251, Vedado, Havana 4, Cuba. Tel.: 32-1887 or 32-
9768, fax: 33-8054. E-mail: filosof at ceniai.cu
North American residents can arrange their participation through
Marazul Tours: Tower Plaza Mall, 4100 Park Avenue, Weehawken, NJ
07087; tel. (800) 223-5334 or (201) 319-9670; fax (201) 319-9009, E-
mail: marazul @igc.org


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