Saturday, May 08, 2010

"Abstraction, Universality and Money," 7th Annual Conference, Marx and Philosophy Society, Institute of Education, University of London, June 5, 2010

  • Richard Seaford (Exeter), "Money, Abstraction, and the Genesis of the Psyche"
  • Alberto Toscano (Goldsmiths), "The Dead Pledge of Society: Methodological Problems and Political Consequences of 'Real Abstraction'"
  • Christopher Arthur, "Abstraction, Universality and Money"

Graduate Panels:

  • Jan Sailer (Freiburg), "Securities: The Purest Form of Abstract Wealth"
  • Nick Gray (Sussex), "Abstraction, Universality, Money and Capital"
  • Marina Vishmidt (Queen Mary, University of London), "Art in and as Abstract Labour"
  • Brian Fuller (York, Toronto), "Materialism and Dialectic: Reading Marx after Adorno"
  • Tim Carter (Sussex), "Alienation and Domination in Marx and Wittgenstein"
  • Chris Allsobrook (Sussex), "The Ideological Normative Grounds of Immanent Critique"

Further details: http://www.marxandphilosophy.org.uk/society.

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