THAT's a critique?
I'm writing about the MOVEMENT, the political parties, the policies
.... the things people actually DO.
I'll be glad to issue my critiques from Mt. Olympus about the others, too.
For the record, I began my talk by holding up around 20 or so books
that I found to be extremely influential, recommending them to those
in the room, including Levins & Lewontin's "The Dialectical
Biologist," Brian Tokar's "Earth for Sale" and "Redesigning Life?,"
Cliff Connor's "A People's History of Science," Chaia Heller's
"Ecology of Everyday Life," Evelyn Fox Keller's "A Feeling for the
Organism: The Life and Work of Barbara McClintock," Jeffrey Smith's
"Seeds of Deception," David Noble's "Progress without People: In
Defense of Luddism," Jeff St. Clair's "Been Brown So Long It Looked
Like Green to Me: The Politics of Nature," and a number of others. I
also mentioned Joel Kovel's book and everything by Stephen Jay Gould, as well.
At 01:49 PM 2/14/2007, you wrote:
>>Stan Goff has kindly posted the talk I gave on January 26, 2007, at
>>Bertell Ollman's Marxism Seminar, at
>>You can read the entire talk there -- including the parts that I
>>had to excise due to time constraints (concerning stem cell
>>research and the left) and also post your own comments.
>Amazing. Not a single reference to John Bellamy Foster, Paul
>Burkett, James O'Connor or Mike Davis.