Monthly Review

Monthly Review is a magazine specializing in Educational topics.

Articles from Vol. 48, No. 10, March

Against Social De(con)struction of Science: Cautionary Tales from the Third World
People resisting despotism and its lies need ideals of one truth, one reason, one reality and on occasion, one science. To be able to be critical of the unities is a luxury and let us never forget it. - Ian Hacking, 1996 I. One of the most remarkable...
Cuba Today and the Future of Cuban Socialism: A Response to the Observations of William Smaldone
In the April 1996 issue of this magazine, William Smaldone presented his observations and interpretations from his participation in the Seventh Conference of North American and Cuban Philosophers and Social Scientists in Cuba in June 1995. This brief...
Political Correctness (and Courtesy) in Australia
The 1996 election of a conservative coalition government after 13 years of Labor Party rule has brought marked changes in the Australian political climate. The Prime Minister, John Howard, has attacked political correctness (PC) and claimed that his...
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