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Improper Intellectual(s) Property, November 2000
- Introduction: Intellectual Improprieties
Joel Schalit, Geoffrey Sauer
Is this issue supposed to be a manual for overcoming the alienation imposed upon intellectuals by capitalist economic structures?
- The Voice of Authority: Michel Foucault's Problematization of the Intellectual
What makes somebody an intellectual? You may not be able to establish with absolute certainty that someone is an intellectual, but you will still know an intellectual when you see one. If you see one.
- Beyond Copyright Consciousness
Wanting large music libraries and mostly unable to afford them, we kids recorded as many albums and radio shows on cassette as we could.
- To Cal, With Love
Remembering a rare example of a scholar who put his theories into practice, both inside and outside the classroom. Harvard's gain is Berkeley's loss.
- Wanted: New Subject of Knowledge -- No Alienated Intellectuals, Please
I feel redeemed by Walter Benjamin's assertion, "being an intellectual (is) the experience of a perpetual state of homelessness."
- In-Between Days: Intellectual Work and Intelligent Life at the Crossroads
My reputation as a demanding instructor has given rise to a rather unique recommendation: he gives too much work, avoid his class like the plague, but if you want your head messed with, well, then take the class.
- The Selfishness of the Intellectual: Why Eve Upset the Apple Cart
Maybe intellectuals run the risk of poisoning for themselves the simpler joys in life; joys that are primarily emotional, not intellectual.
- Anandan's Wall
Min Sook Lee
Anandan approached the owner of a building he lives near on Bank St., with a proposal to paint the side of the building.