Evald Vassilievich Ilyenkov (1924-79) was a Marxist philosopher in the erstwhile Soviet Union.
The Dialectics of the Abstract and the Concrete in Marx's Capital
The book presents an integral Marxist conception of the dialectics and methodology, of scientific theoretical cognition, of the dialectical interrelation between the abstract and the concrete, of t...
This book traces the development of Dialectical Logic within the history of modern western philosophy, culminating in Marx's materialist dialectics. It brings out the essential contours of Logic th...
Agnes Smedley (1892-1950) was a journalist and the author of many books and articles.
Cornel West (born 2 June 1953) is an American philosopher, political activist and preeminent public intellectual. He is Professor of the Practice of Public Philosophy at Harvard University and Prof
Jonathan Bignell (born 20 March 1963) is a Professor of Television and Film at the University of Reading, United Kingdom. He is the author of Media Semiotics: An Introduction (1997).
Vladimir Mayakovsky (1893-1930) is widely considered to be the finest Soviet poet of his time. He was also an artist, playwright, and actor.
John Gillott has a degree in applied mathematics. He works at the Genetic Interest Group, London.
Sayyid Ahmad Khan (1817–1898) was one of the architects of modern India and the founder of the Muhammadan Anglo-Oriental College, which later became the Aligarh Muslim University.
Arundhati Roy is a novelist, activist and a world citizen. She won the Booker Prize in 1997 for her first novel The God of Small Things. Since then, she has concentrated her writing on political is
Grace Lee Boggs is a philosopher and activist based in Detroit. The daughter of Chinese immigrants, she has chronicled her life in struggle in the autobiographical Living for Change. The James and
Madhusree is a filmmaker; also a curator and pedagogue. Though visual culture is the key to her works, inter-disciplinary initiatives and multi-linguality in representations frame her myriad engage
Saralabebi Chaudhurani (9 September 1872 – 18 August 1945) was a social reformer who founded the first women's organization in India called the Bharat Stree Mahamandal in Allahabad in 1910.