Theoria: A Journal of Studies
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A Journal of Studies in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences
October 1994: Volume 83/84: Progress, Modernity and Marxism
Based in South Africa, Theoria is a multidisciplinary journal of
engaged theoretical reflection in the arts, humanities and social
sciences. Since 1947, its purpose has been to address, through
scholarly debates, the many challenges posed to intellectual life by
the major social, political and economic forces that configure the
contemporary world. It is principally concerned with questions such
as how modern systems of power, processes of globalization and
economic organization bear on matters such as justice, democracy,
truth and identity, under conditions both of advanced modernity and
of uneven modernization in the `developing' world.
G.A.Cohen "Equality as Fact and as Norm: Reflections on the
(partial) Demise of Marxism"
Duncan Greaves "Marx, Justice and History"
David Schweickart "On Socialist Envy"
Raphael de Kadt "Modernization and Moral Progress"
Simon Beck "Progress, the Sciences and Philosophy"
Iris Young "Civil Society and Social Change"
Maxine Reitzes "Civil Society, the Public Sphere and the State:
Reflections on Classical and Contemporary Discourses"
Paul Voice "Why Literature cannot be Moral Philosophy"
Andries Gouws "Obvious Boundaries? A Response to Paul Voice"
Mark Devenney "In the Absence of Certainty: Between Gulliver and
Robert Klitgaard "From Insight to Ideology"
Ronald Aronson "Reconstructing Marxism: A Review Essay"
David Theo Goldberg Book Review: "The European Intellectual
Background to Hitler's Racial Policy"
Theoria is available from:
University of Natal Press, Private Bag X01, Scotsville 3209, South
E-Mail: Theoria at owl.und.ac.za
Individuals: R30-00; $25-00 per annum.
Institutions: R40-00; $35-00 per annum.
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