A recent paper by me on the Situationist International that may be of interest to some of this blog’s readers (all 2 of them).
Recently I presented a paper at a graduate history conference at the University of Sydney. The paper is called Toward the realisation of philosophy: The Situationist International between 1957 and 1960. It is brief and has a rather abrupt end. It represents some of my current research, particularly with an eye to identifying the emergence of a coherent critique in the early, 1957 to 1961 period of the Situationist International. I also deal with the widely misunderstood and enigmatic Hamburg Theses.
A pdf of the paper is available here. This paper can also be accessed through the linked title above. It is also reproduced below.
Any criticism is welcome. Please send it to: antyphayes [at] gmail [dot] com
Toward the realisation of philosophy:
The Situationist International between 1957 and 1960
by Anthony Hayes
In early September 1961, Guy Debord, Attila Kotànyi and Raoul Vaneigem…
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