© Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2009 DOI: 10.1163/156920609X460174 Historical Materialism 17 (2009) 313 brill.nl/hima Notice of Next Issue Historical Materialism Research in Critical Marxist Th eory (volume 17 issue 3) Articles Massimo de Angelis and David Harvie • ‘Cognitive Capitalism’ and the Rat Race: How Capital Measures Immaterial Labour in British Universities Iain Pirie • Th e Political Economy of Academic Publishing Maria Turchetto • Althusser and Monod: A New Alliance? Massimiliano Tomba • Historical Temporalities of Capital: An Anti-Historicist Perspective Karl Beitel • Th e Rate of Proﬁ t and the Problem of Stagnant Investment: A Structural Analysis of Barriers to Accumulation and the Spectre of Protracted Crisis Reﬂ ections on ‘Gewalt’ (contd.) Vittorio Morfino • Th e Syntax of Violence. Between Hegel and Marx Archive David Fernbach • Editorial Introduction to Paul Levi’s ‘Our Path’ and ‘What Is the Crime: Th e March Action or Criticising It?’ Paul Levi • Our Path: Against Putschism Paul Levi • What Is the Crime: Th e March Action or Criticising It? Interventions Alberto Toscano • Partisan Th ought Ben Fine and Alfredo Saad-Filho • Twixt Ricardo and Rubin: Debating Kincaid Once More Jim Kincaid • Th e Logical Construction
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Published: Jan 1, 2009
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