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46 [lbo-talk] Q: What is a Platypus? -- rank: 1000
... louisproyect.wordpress.com/2010/04/25/q-what-is-a-platypus-a-an-american-eustonite/ --------------------------- <clip> And speaking of the 1960s left, the Platypus people take a dim view of the SDS protests that ...
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Author: mep
Date: Mon Apr 26 12:38:05 PDT 2010
47 [lbo-talk] why is the left dead? -- rank: 243
[WS:] I beg to differ. I think the heights of the left were years 1917 - 1924. The Left was the strongest politically and Stalinism was still in the future. After Lenin's death - it was only downhill. There were two reasons - first social conditions for left mass mobilization were still ...
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Author: Wojtek S
Date: Tue Apr 20 15:39:24 PDT 2010
48 [lbo-talk] why is the left dead? -- rank: 243
... there is no such thing as "the" left. > > WRT the platypus discussion is was a commonplace that the left is dead ...
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Author: Carrol Cox
Date: Tue Apr 20 11:03:13 PDT 2010
49 [lbo-talk] just don't do it -- rank: 487
... assrtion that The Left does not (currently) exist and the Platypus claim that the left is dead. My claim was originally ...
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Author: Carrol Cox
Date: Tue Apr 20 10:58:12 PDT 2010
50 [lbo-talk] why is the left dead? -- rank: 243
My two-cent thesis for the day is that the heights of the left were the Panther convention in Philadelphia in 1970 and MayDay 1971 in Washington D.C., the latter the wonderfullest experience of my youth, notwithstanding my beating at the hands of police and not getting laid that weekend ...
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Author: Max Sawicky
Date: Tue Apr 20 07:30:34 PDT 2010
51 [lbo-talk] why is the left dead? -- rank: 243
... there is no such thing as "the" left. WRT the platypus discussion is was a commonplace that the left is dead ...
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Author: shag carpet bomb
Date: Mon Apr 19 20:19:11 PDT 2010
52 [lbo-talk] Platypus: what we are, what we do, and why -- rank: 773
On Sat, Apr 10, 2010 at 5:32 PM, Jeffrey Fisher <jeff.jfisher at gmail.com>wrote: > Speaking of Bloom's taxonomy, is there anything resembling empirical > evidence supporting it? Or is it just something that Bloom pulled out of > his > behind and everybody glommed onto it? I've not gone ...
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Author: Alan Rudy
Date: Mon Apr 12 20:30:17 PDT 2010
53 [lbo-talk] making the dead left deader -- rank: 385
http://platypus1917.org/the-platypus-synthesis/ -- CC making the dead left deader shag carpet bomb ... with the Platy, what do you make of this stuff: "Platypus asks the questions: How is the thought of critical theorists ...
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Author: Christopher Cutrone
Date: Sun Apr 11 13:15:07 PDT 2010
54 [lbo-talk] making the dead left deader -- rank: 243
... with the Platy, what do you make of this stuff: "Platypus asks the questions: How is the thought of critical theorists ...
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Author: shag carpet bomb
Date: Sun Apr 11 08:18:19 PDT 2010
55 [lbo-talk] Platypus: what we are, what we do, and why -- rank: 773
Oh dear. Even after watching the video on youtube, I had thought we were dealing with a somewhat green grad student interested in whetting his chops at politics. Much of the attention I paid was in an attempt to give a critique to what I thought was misguided youth. But this ...
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Author: Sean Andrews
Date: Sat Apr 10 20:12:44 PDT 2010
56 [lbo-talk] Platypus: what we are, what we do, and why -- rank: 773
By the way, not to personalize this or anything (though Ian Bone would urge just that), but this photo reminds me of my old Party of the Right colleagues: http://home.speedsite.com/ccutrone/index.html
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Author: Doug Henwood
Date: Sat Apr 10 18:16:48 PDT 2010
57 [lbo-talk] Platypus: what we are, what we do, and why -- rank: 773
On Apr 10, 2010, at 1:49 PM, Christopher Cutrone wrote: > This will be my last post to the list, at least for a while. Indeed, > I was drawn into a place of "sandbox" disputes. Thanks for descending from on high to mix it up with us juveniles. It's been ...
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Author: Doug Henwood
Date: Sat Apr 10 18:00:46 PDT 2010
58 [lbo-talk] Platypus: what we are, what we do, and why -- rank: 773
Very interesting stuff. I am only just dipping into it, looking for ammunition, at the moment, in arguments that mary beard is on the right side<http://timesonline.typepad.com/dons_life/2010/04/why-good-practice-can-ruin-good-practice.html#more>, but of course that's just a small ...
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Author: Jeffrey Fisher
Date: Sat Apr 10 14:32:06 PDT 2010
59 [lbo-talk] Platypus: what we are, what we do, and why -- rank: 773
Hey Jeff: There's some great stuff in that volume, no? Diane was TQMed right out of a job in the early 90s... Stuff in that book is so prescient relative to the whole teaching effectiveness and learning assessment stuff going on across public universities these days... so much so that ...
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Author: Alan Rudy
Date: Sat Apr 10 14:07:35 PDT 2010
60 [lbo-talk] Platypus: what we are, what we do, and why -- rank: 773
On Sat, Apr 10, 2010 at 12:30 PM, shag carpet bomb <shag at cleandraws.com>wrote: > > http://cleandraws.com/2010/04/10/shagalize-button/ ok that was totally worth my dipping into this thread. i've just been reading an essay from Audit Cultures<http://www.amazon.com/Audit-Cultures ...
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Author: Jeffrey Fisher
Date: Sat Apr 10 13:49:57 PDT 2010
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