Tag: Karl Marx

Why Everything Costs Money

Left Voice spoke with Olúfémi Táíwò, who has recapped each chapter of Capital Volume 1 with biting humor on his appropriately-named blog, Why Everything Costs Money. You can find Olúfémi’s blog at: www.whyeverythingcostsmoney.com

Marx’s Capital, 150 Years Later

British economist Michael Roberts takes a look at the implications of Karl Marx’s major work, 150 years after its first edition.

On the Legacy of a Revolutionary

The following speech was given by Chipi Castillo, a national leader of the PTS in Argentina after the death of Laura and Ezequiel, two comrades who died of CO2 poisoning. Fede, another comrade who was in the same apartment is in critical condition in the hospital. This speech was given at a special event to honor the lives of the fallen comrades with homages by co-workers, comrades and family members.

“Marx is Back” in NYC

The fictional show “Marx is Back” produced by the of Argentine filmmakers collective, Contraimagen, was shown as part of the Workers Unite Film Festival in New York.

“Marx Is Back” Screening in NYC

This Friday at the Workers Unite! Film Festival in New York City, Contraimagen, an Argentina-based audiovisual group that fuses art and revolutionary politics, will present an original miniseries, “Marx ha vuelto” (“Marx is Back”). Members of Contraimagen will also participate in the conference, Radical Film Network: A Global Gathering.

Weber’s Protestant Ethic: a Marxist Critique

The classical work by Max Weber has been used by sociologists and other scholars to proclaim the predominance of ideas over material forces. This is a critical reassessment of his work through the lenses of historical materialism.

Why Everything Costs Money

Left Voice spoke with Olúfémi Táíwò, who has recapped each chapter of Capital Volume 1 with biting humor on his appropriately-named blog, Why Everything Costs Money. You can find Olúfémi’s blog at: www.whyeverythingcostsmoney.com

Marx’s Capital, 150 Years Later

British economist Michael Roberts takes a look at the implications of Karl Marx’s major work, 150 years after its first edition.

On the Legacy of a Revolutionary

The following speech was given by Chipi Castillo, a national leader of the PTS in Argentina after the death of Laura and Ezequiel, two comrades who died of CO2 poisoning. Fede, another comrade who was in the same apartment is in critical condition in the hospital. This speech was given at a special event to honor the lives of the fallen comrades with homages by co-workers, comrades and family members.

“Marx is Back” in NYC

The fictional show “Marx is Back” produced by the of Argentine filmmakers collective, Contraimagen, was shown as part of the Workers Unite Film Festival in New York.

“Marx Is Back” Screening in NYC

This Friday at the Workers Unite! Film Festival in New York City, Contraimagen, an Argentina-based audiovisual group that fuses art and revolutionary politics, will present an original miniseries, “Marx ha vuelto” (“Marx is Back”). Members of Contraimagen will also participate in the conference, Radical Film Network: A Global Gathering.

Weber’s Protestant Ethic: a Marxist Critique

The classical work by Max Weber has been used by sociologists and other scholars to proclaim the predominance of ideas over material forces. This is a critical reassessment of his work through the lenses of historical materialism.