Symposium ifi.2022
This fourth international symposium on the thought of Soviet philosopher Evald Ilyenkov addresses its systematic and practical significance. It will bring together researchers from different disciplines drawing on and developing his work in contemporary conditions. We encourage diverse perspectives on Ilyenkov’s texts and seek new directions for Ilyenkovian approaches. The central focus of the symposium is on the concept of development and the future orientation of human activity.

Symposium date: 10-12 November 2022

Advisory Board members of Marxism & Sciences, David Bakhurst and Ezequiel Di Paolo are also invited keynote speakers at the symposium.

A New Collaboration
 Marxism & Science is going to collaborate with like-minded people internationally. A first step is being a partner with Marxism and Science & Technology (MST) research programme of SOC21(
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In MemoriamIt is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our dear comrade Ilker Isabetli (19/02/1982-30/03/2022), who was an amazing musician, and one of the authors of our journal’s first issue. During the battle with his illness, he shared with us an essay on Engels’ amateur composition exercises and also a wonderful recording in which he performed improvisation with electric bass. In memory of Ilker Isabetli, we would like to share his work with you again. Goodbye, comrade. Our hearts will always be with you.

In memory of Ilker Isabetli, we would like to share his work with you again;

Electric Bass Improvisations on Engels (Essay):

Electric Bass Improvisations on Engels: