Discussion of ‘On Practice’

DISCUSSION or ON ‘ON PRACTICE’ Richard Norman Rip Bulkeley’s criticisms of Mao’s ‘On Practice’ (Radical Philosophy 18) raise again issues which were discussed by Peter Binns and Andrew Collier in R P4 and 5 (and indeed, as far as I can make out, his position seemS to ~e very close to that put forward by […]

The Marxist Dialectic

as I ~have already said, this seems too banal and obvious. Hopefully not that’ everything is always changing’, since this is false. There is stability within change. We cannot describe change except by talking about ‘things which change’, and to say that a thing is changing is . to imply that within the process of […]

Philosophy in China

Philosophy in China What Can We Learn From It ? Jonathan Ree China and Chinoiserie I went on a three-week general tour of China in November 1975. I know very well that this does not make me an expert on China; nevertheless many of the rumours about China that circulate in the West derive from […]

Common Sense

Common sen’se State power conceal what it doesn’t want to know a ‘theoretical’ laboratory which has ‘been found to be well-equipped for this universal function of non-thought, the effects of which can be spotted as much in the discourse of Marxist scholars as in that of professional revolutionaries. ——————————————————–(Note added February 1973) Correct ideas, says […]