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Birth name: Ercan, Country: Cyprus, E-mail: ercangndoan (at), Language: English
Ercan Gündoğan @ Cyprus International University, Nicosia (Lefkoşa)

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Gündoğan may refer to: Ercan Gündoğan, Turkish academic İlkay Gündoğan (born 1990), German footballer Places Gündoğan, Ceyhan, village in Turkey This
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Ercan Gündoğan (Gundogan) is a Turkish associate professor of political science and international relations. He has authored many academic books ...
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Ercan Gündoğan (Gundogan) is a Turkish associate professor of political science and international relations. He has authored several academic books, many ...
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my new book "A Theory of Capitalist Society and Social Dialectics" has been just out

Here is my recent book, which has been just published. It is dedicated to Nesrin, as always. Best Regards. Ercan Gündoğan A Theory of Capitalist Society and Social Dialectics pitalist-Society-Social-Dialectics/dp/3847332 228/ref=sr_1_4?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1325501497 &sr=1-4 CONTENT Acknowledgment of intellectual debts. 11 PART ONE.. 13 Introduction. 15 Specific meanings of the concepts in the book. 26 Geometrical presentation of the social relations. 28 Biological analogies. 30 Spatial and temporal contexts of the concepts. 30 PART TWO: DIALECTICS OF SOCIAL RELATIONS. 33 Conceptions of society. 35 Marxist social theory versus bourgeois social sciences. 40 Marx’s and Lenin’s modes of thinking. 42 Heterodox orthodoxy for Marxist Socialism.. 45 Countless alternatives to dialectical logic exist 46 Non-dialectical spheres of life. 47 Conflict without contradiction. 48 Dialectics of dualities. 49 Dialectical comparison. 52 Ontology and epistemology. 55 Forms of solution or dissolution of a dialectical relation. 58 Density, transfer, articulation and unequal development of the contradiction 59 Contradiction, irony, paradox. 60 Evolution and revolution. 64 Simultaneity and change. 65 Limits of inside and outside. 69 Polyphony and monophony. 72 Cubic and perspective. 74 Mathematics and line. 75 Dialectics of form and content 76 Dialectics of past and future. 79 Dialectics of tradition and novelty. 80 Dialectics against dialectics. 83 Dialectics of real and virtual 84 Whole. 85 Beyond determination, reflection and articulation. 87 Metamorphosis before qualitative change. 96 Institutionalizations of the general and the specific roots of contradictions 98 Logic and the spheres of social relations. 106 Circles and spheres of social relations. 145 Nature and human. 146 Naturalism and dialectics of nature. 147 Economy, politics and ideology. 148 PART THREE: DIALECTICS OF CLASS. 151 Class and nature. 153 Ubiquity of class identity and its three forms. 154 Ruling and dominant class. 159 Intra-class relations. 162 Economic, political and ideological classes. 171 Dialectics of class struggle. 175 Forms and simultaneity in exploitation. 178 Intermediary class or petty-bourgeoisie. 180 The largest part of the petty-bourgeoisie is a part of the working class 181 Petty-bourgeois characteristics. 183 Nation, people, citizens, class. 186 Worker as a citizen. 191 Woman and man, family and class. 192 Dialectics of man and woman. 195 Bourgeois or petty-bourgeois society. 198 Individual and class as a relation and process. 200 From individual to class and social whole and vice versa. 201 Micro worlds of individual 203 PART FOUR: DIALECTICS OF ECONOMY. 205 Economy of the host-alien relation. 207 Dialectics of labour and work. 208 Increasing amounts of surplus and the three spheres. 210 Changes becomes social change as surplus confronts self-sufficiency 213 Dialectics of total value. 214 Dialectics of value and price. 215 Dialectics of population. 219 Dialectics of urban and rural and of manual and mental 221 Dialectics of technology. 222 Dialectics of work and leisure. 225 Dialectics of formal and informal 227 Value as economic, political and ideological 235 Tax as a part of surplus and a conception of state as a collective worker 239 Dialectics of change between economy and politics. 242 PART FIVE: DIALECTICS OF POLITICS. 247 Political power and the connection between economic and political spheres 249 Dialectics of politics. 251 Contradictions and conflicts within the political sphere. 253 State and politics. 254 Dialectics of politics and bureaucracy. 256 Seemingly non-political functions of the state. 259 Political sphere as the middle area of the social whole. 260 Coercion or connection. 262 Contradiction, conflict and struggle. 264 Public space and everyday life. 267 Democracy. 270 Law.. 271 Parties and unions. 277 Public and private, civil and political 279 Legitimacy. 282 Socialism, liberalism, social-democracy: equality and freedom.. 283 Dialectics of freedom and equality. 284 Dialectics of leader and mass. 285 Dialectics of centre and periphery. 288 Dialectics of national and international 289 Dialectics of anarchy and state. 292 Pure public affairs: common human problems and the government of things 294 Army, somewhere between communism and fascism.. 295 Reform and revolution. 297 Concepts and circles of the bourgeois power regarding socialist revolution 300 PART SIX: DIALECTICS OF IDEOLOGY. 333 Political power and the connection between political and ideological spheres 335 Ideology. 337 Typical bourgeois political ideologies. 345 Liberalism-conservatism-communitarianism and new right as a synthesis 346 Contradictions in the ideological sphere. 353 Ideology as the inner part of social whole. 355 Power of bourgeois ideology and discourse. 357 Concept of false consciousness. 361 Ideologues, intellectuals and theorists. 364 Infinite sub-units, cores and sub-spheres within the ideological sphere 369 Science. 371 Art 373 PART SEVEN: DIALECTICS OF CULTURE AND PSYCHOLOGY. 377 Capitalist ways of life. 379 Political psychology. 380 Cultural or social 381 Identity. 387 Identities. 388 Media as a medium.. 391 24 hours of the everyday life and spheres of the social whole. 394 Dialectic of optimism and pessimism.. 395 Dialectics of morality and ethics. 396 Dialectics of id and superego. 399 Dialectics of urban space. 400 Dialectics of young and mature. 402 Dialectics of normal and abnormal 403 Dialectics of happiness. 404 Dialectics of respect and love. 407 Dialectics of possibility and certainty. 407 Individual decisions, chance by chance and the use of chances and conditions 410 Dialectics of life and death. 411 Dialectics of tragedy and comedy. 414 Dialectics of love and knowledge. 416 God, individual and society. 416 PART EIGHT: DIALECTICS OF CAPITALISM AND SOCIALISM... 419 Survival strategy of the hosts. 421 Survival strategy of the aliens. 423 Power of capitalism.. 425 Power of socialism.. 429 Class, economy and the significance of the structural analysis in Marx 431 Knowledge and information. 435 Creative and ordinary. 436 From critical mind to revolutionary mind. 437 Dialectics of historical time. 438 Revolution: world-wide, continental, country-wide. 441 World and the world revolution. 444 Revolutions and revolutionary movements. 448 Anti-Gramscian strategy. 451 Revolution as regards disasters, war, crises and turmoils. 457 Global whole of social relations. 459 What can be done under global capitalism?. 463 PART NINE: DIALECTICS OF SOCIALISM AND COMMUNISM... 499 Socialism as a class society with state. 501 Socialist market or agora. 503 Socialist society. 503 Consumption and socialism.. 506 Contribution, collectivity, solidarity instead of exchange and competition 508 Private and public under socialism and communism.. 509 Communism as a society without political revolution in Marx. 513 PART TEN.. 515 Concluding remarks. 517 References and bibliography. 523 Preface This monograph follows the writing style of the Enlightenment philosophers and can be read as a treatise or scientific essay in which there is no division between literal, philosophical and academic forms of writing. I applied to this form in my previous books as well. Academic writing form cannot be separated from the academic mode of thinking, which shows that the researchers and university professors occupy a specific place within the capitalist social division of labour by fulfilling an ideological function. They are specialists of the ever-increasing number of the academic disciplines that are not connected to a whole and hence, do not even communicate each other. Overspecialization in the bourgeois sciences is a structural tendency that is not resisted. Interdisciplinary study areas also suffer from that tendency as they are just specialized on the cross lines of non-connected and countless number of disciplines. Departments within the faculties are changed into interdisciplinary “programs” to meet the demands of the market. However, as a counter tendency, meta-theories, or grand theoretical frameworks have been developed by the Marxist scholars and theorists. They are surely indifferent to the official academic divisions of the bourgeois sciences and aim to theorize economic, political and ideological phenomena as the different levels of the whole of social relations. They recognize that the scientific divisions do not only divide science by making it impossible, but also our intellectual power as they divide politics from economy and ideology upon the ground of the capitalist division of labour. Actually, the divisions as such contribute to the ever increasing divisions of our life into seemingly independent spheres. Our lives, acts and thoughts must be combined in theory and practice by combining economy, politics and ideology. I would like to repeat what I said in my juries of master, PhD and associate professorship as a response to the question of what my fields of interest and study areas had been: In each jury, I said that I was interested in what Marx had been interested in and my fields of study were what Marx’s had been. They are the dialectical connections among political economy, politics, ideology, history and philosophy of the bourgeois social relations; in other words, what I call is “social dialectics”, which is the name of the book you now read. “Love, work, and knowledge are the wellsprings of our lives, they should also govern it”, says Wilhelm Reich. Therefore, as I did before, I dedicate this book as well to my wife Nesrinagain, for love, work and knowledge we always share.
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