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Radical Philosophy Review

The Journal of the Radical Philosophy Association

Harry van der Linden, Editor

Radical Philosophy Review provides an interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed forum for activist scholars, community activists, and artists to explore concepts central to the humanistic transformation of society. This biannual journal features original articles, special discussions, and reviews that will be of interest to those who share the view that society should be built on cooperation rather than competition, and that social decision-making should be governed by democratic procedures.

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  • Contributors include Samir Amin, Giovanni Arrighi, Hanan Ashrawi, Noam Chomsky, Ward Churchill, Angela Y. Davis, Enrique Dussel, Nada Elia, Norman Finkelstein, Henry Giroux, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Reuven Kaminer, Haime Marantz, Rogaia Mustafa-Abusahraf, Edward Said, and Michael Warshawski.

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