Antonie Pannekoek  

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"Incapable of real passions, [the student] delights in the dispassionate polemics between the stars of unintelligence, over false problems whose function is to mask the real ones: Althusser - Garaudy - Sartre - Barthes - Picard - Lefebvre - Levi-Strauss - Hallyday - Chatelet - Antoine."--"On the Poverty of Student Life" (1966) by Mustapha Khayati, translation JWG

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Antonie (Anton) Pannekoek (2 January 1873 – 28 April 1960) was a Dutch astronomer, Marxist theorist, and social revolutionary. He was one of the main theorists of council communism (Dutch: radencommunisme) and wrote the text "Marxism and Darwinism" (1909).



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