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Volumizer Resurrection Five



The Volumizer was Glenn Rikowski’s AOL blog. It was started up on 29th September 2005. On 30th September 2008, AOL announced that all of its Hometown products, including its blogs and newsletters, would be closed down on 31st October 2008. Glenn’s articles, many of which were written for his students at the Volumizer, will be preserved at The Flow of Ideas. Work has begun on this project, and the latest articles to be included are now available, as listed below:







Rikowski, G. (2006) School Fees, Local Education Authorities and the 1944 Education Act, 1st April, London, online at:



Rikowski, G. (2006) The Business Takeover of Further Education and the Further Education White Paper, 28th March, London, online at:



Rikowski, G. (2006) Wolf on Marx without Sparks, 27th March, London, online at:



Rikowski, G. (2006) Education and Inspections Bill: A Case of Educational Traducianism, 28th February, London, online at:



Rikowski, G. (2006) Higher Education and Confused Employer Syndrome, 7th February, London, online at:



Rikowski, G. (2006) On Transhumanism and Education, 1st February, London, online at:







Rikowski, G. (2005) On Education for Its Own Sake, 17th October, London, online at:




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New Issue of Cultural Logic


The new issue of CULTURAL LOGIC is now on line at:

(Please note the new blog feature.)

Daveid Siar, for the Editors


Roland Boer
“Socialism, Christianity, and Rosa Luxemborg”

Philip Bounds
“George Orwell and the Dialogue with English Marxism”

Paula Cerni
“The Age of Consumer Capitalism”

Stephen C. Ferguson II
“Social Contract as Bourgeois Ideology”

Grover Furr and Vladimir Bobrov
“Nicolai Bukharin’s First Statement of Confession in the Lubianka”

Catherine Gouge
“‘Amibivalent Technologies’ of American Citizenship”

Bruno Gulli
“Early Plenitude: An Essay on Sovereignty and Labor”

Katerina Kolozova
“The Project of Non-Marxism: Arguing for ‘Monstrously’ Radical Concepts”

John Maerhofer
“Aimé Césaire and the Crisis of Aesthetic and Political Vangardism ”

Michael Mikulak
“Cross-pollinating Marxism and Deep Ecology: Towards a Post-humanist Eco-humanism”

Terence Patrick Murphy
“From Alignment to Commitment: The Early Work of James Kelman”

Ronald Paul
“”To turn the whole world upside-down’: Women and Revolution in The Non-Stop Connolly Show ”

Philip Tonner
“Freud, Bentham: Panopticism and the Super-Ego”

Hristos Verikukis
“Popper’s Double Standard of Scientificity in Criticizing Marxism “


Ivan Cañadas
Christos Tsiolkas, Dead Europe

David Hursh
Naomi Klein: The Shock Doctrine
Peter McLaren and Nathalia Jaramillo: Pedagogy and Praxis in the Age of Empire

Howard Pflanzer
Robert Roth, Health Proxy

Louis Proyect
Amazing Grace

Charlie Samuya Veric, Tamara Powell, and John Streamas
E. San Juan, Jr., Balikbayang Mahal

Poetry by

Christopher Barnes

Dave Bruzina

Iftekhar Sayeed

George Snedeker



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