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Re: [ox-en] Re: [ox] Re: Oekonux and politics

On Sun, 26 Oct 2003, Stefan Meretz wrote:

Hi StefanMn and all,

reading "old" mails I just want to give my view to archives at this point:

On Friday 10 October 2003 19:57, Stefan Merten wrote:
I remember well how the OHA discussion started more than 1 1/2 year
ago. I dared to cite a systematic sociologist. Have I been bashed on
the German lists! From the start there were all kinds of suspicions
against me and my intentions. If there is one important debate on
Oekonux which may receive the label "closed-minded" then it is this
one. IMHO it is not by chance that this is on a classical topic of the
traditional left.

That's your view on this debate. My view on it is completely different.

I agree with your "definition" of ox as "trans-left" (given in another 
mail). If I have to choose a label for myself, I would prefere that. From 
this standpoint I made my strong interventions against this "systematic 
sociologist", because his theories are entirely located in the 
traditional framework of thinking

Could someone let us know who this 'systematic sociologist' is, so that we
don't risk the heresy of mentioning him? Googling on the list only gives
me Georg Simmel, which doesn't sound so terrible?



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