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CONTENTS

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Editorial Notes ——————————————————————————–. 1
Racism – The New Inheritors — … ————————— .. ——————- Martin Barker
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An Introduction to Derrida ——————————————————— D. C. Wood

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Dialectic: A Reply to Feat and Dews ———————————————– . . Roy Edgley

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Discussion of Rip Bulkeley’s ‘On “On Practice'” ——————————– Richard Norman

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Discussion
An Editor Speaks ————————–;————————————

Colin Gordon

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Ruben: Marxism and Materialism ———————————————— Rip Bulkeley

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Reviews
Johansson: A Critique of K…arl Popper’s Methodology ——————————–

Dav~d

Murray

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Matteuci: Antonio Gramsci e la filosofia della Prassi —————————— Geoffrey Hunt

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News
Althusser, The Party, Marxism —————————-:———————— Paul Patton

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Human Rights in West Germany ————————————————— Mike Rosen

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BOoks and journals received —— —– – —- ————- — —- — ———- —-‘———— —-ยท49

Edited by: Mike Erben, Martin Barker, Rio
Bulkeley, Eric Millstone, Kate Saner, Graham’

Burchell, David Murray, Noel Parker, Roy Edgley;
Ted Bento:1, Colin Gordon, Russell Keat, Jonathan
Ree, WEmdy Harrison

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