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lundi, 01 juin 2020

G.D.H. Cole and Guild Socialism

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G.D.H. Cole and Guild Socialism

Dr. Matthew Raphael Johnson

 
 
 
9200000001589793.jpgProfessor Johnson’s academic work is dedicated to the delegitimization of the global capitalist system and the demystification of the ideology that justifies it. This is a demonic, serpentine Leviathan spreading the postmodern acid of American-sponsored mass-zombification to the world.
 
The neurotic capitalist “liberated the individual,” only to create the mass-man: a crippled, malformed cipher almost entirely incapable of higher-order thought. In 1999, Dr. Johnson completed his doctorate at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln as a recipient of the Clare and Marguerite MacPhee Fellowship.
 
He studied in the History, Political Science and Philosophy departments. He focused on anti-modernist social philosophy and defended his dissertation on Michael Oakeshott’s critique of Positivism. In addition, he focused on Comparative Politics, specifically the Russian and Ukrainian responses to globalization.
 
He is a former professor of both History and Political Science at the University of Nebraska (as a graduate student), Penn State University and Mount St. Mary’s University. Since 1999, he has been the editor (and is presently Senior Researcher) at The Barnes Review, the famed renegade journal of European history. For 25 years, Dr. Johnson has been a full-time scholar, writer and speaker.
 
The historical, theological, philosophical and political issues detailed here can’t be merely stumbled upon nor taken from any mainstream source. They’re the result of decades of concentrated study in an academic environment. Having been driven from academia as an “eccentric reactionary malcontent,” he depends on the support of his listeners and readers to continue his work. To say the very least, Dr. Johnson’s scholarship is unique, critical and irreplaceable today. It cannot continue without your help and support.
 
 

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