science

Citizens for better science

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The left should advocate for free access to not only scientific literature and data but also the means of production of science.

Oiseau-tempête : Second issue

Oiseau-tempête

This is a translation of a magazine published by a french collective from 1997 to 2006. The original issues can be found here, in French.

Summary of the second issue (fall 1997) :
-THE IMMIGRANT AND THE « LAW OF POPULATION » IN MODERN CAPITALISM
-WHAT'S UP WITH THE GREEKS ?
-JUNE 36 : BEHIND THE SCENES
-SERGE BRICIANER, SHADES OF BLACK AND BRIGHT RED.
-THE MYTHS OF EXPERIMENTAL SCIENCE
-THE LOVES OF ART AND MONEY
-« DECHERVELAGE »

Review: Can neuroscience change our minds? - Hilary and Steven Rose

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A review of the new book by Hilary and Steven Rose which presents both a scientific and political critique of the growth of 'neuro' disciplines.

Chomsky responds to Chris Knight's book, 'Decoding Chomsky'

Chomsky responds to Chris Knight's book, 'Decoding Chomsky'

In a British Columbia university radio show, Chomsky has now responded to Chris Knight’s new book, 'Decoding Chomsky, science and revolutionary politics'.

The two Noam Chomskys: the military-sponsored scientist and the anarchist activist

The Two Noam Chomskys: the military-sponsored scientist and the anarchist activi

A critical look at two conflicting aspects of leading left-libertarian intellectual Noam Chomsky.

‘The Chomsky Puzzle’ - includes interviews with Noam Chomsky, Chris Knight and Tom Wolfe

‘The Chomsky Puzzle’ - includes interviews with Noam Chomsky, Chris Knight and T

The publication of both Tom Wolfe’s and Chris Knight’s very different critiques of Noam Chomsky led to this article in the Chronicle of Higher Education:

Understanding the Labyrinth: Noam Chomsky's science and politics - Bruce Nevin

A review of Chris Knight, ‘Decoding Chomsky: Science and Revolutionary Politics’. Yale University Press, to be published on September 15, 2016

Technological despotism - Ian Tillium

An attempt to analyse technological innovations from a working class perspective in the early 1990s.