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The assertion that neo-classical economics is value-neutral is not just problematic because it is false, but also because it masks the origins of neo-classical economics as a moral science that has had a normative influence on social interaction. However, critics need to move beyond merely...
Critical sociologists have long recognized the intersections between love and revolution. For the most part, however, our understanding of love and its relevance for revolution remains vague. My article seeks to remedy this limitation. It starts by sketching the social and personal contexts of...
In recent decades, gay people of color have begun to challenge old assumptions regarding what it means to be 'gay', posing a threat to older notions of 'gay' identity. However, much of the coverage in 'mainstream' gay publications remains geared toward white readers. Using critical discourse...
Whereas revolution has often been viewed as contrary to organization, it in fact requires the overcoming of a present organization in the promise of achieving another superior organization. The article conducts a theoretical, rather than historical, reflection on the interplay among three...
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