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※ 2010년 봄호(Vol. 1) 목차

 

Re-evaluation of Values

 

Editor’s Note

The New Beginning of Humanistic Solidarity

 

Special Theme

Why a Global Humanities Magazine? Brian Palmer, Mark Davis

 

Inspiration

ESSAY The Dream of Awakening Hankyeol Yoon

This I Believe Simon Blackburn, Nigel Quraishy, Sang Won Kim, Soowoo Kim

FORETHOUGHT Love Revolution and a loving man Victor Casaus

 

Articles

PHILOSOPHY Notes Towards The Definition of Communist Culture Slavoj Žižek

THOUGHTS The Genesis of Values Hans Joas

Revaluing Values in the 21st Century Warren J. von Eschenbach

IDEA Value and Nature: Interview with David Chapman

POLITICS Restructuring Global Governance:

Cosmopolitanism, Democracy and the Global Order David Held

 

Symposium

FORUM Indigo Youth Book Fair - Some reflections from the organizers…

LETTER A Letter to My Teacher, Howard Zinn(1992-2010) Younyeong Lee

INTERVIEW A Man of Hope and Justice: Interview with Howard Zinn

Freedom and Consumerism: Interview with Zygmunt Bauman

 

Engagement

MOVEMENT A Big Step for Sustainable World Brittany Packer

MAKING A DIFFERENCE Doing Democracy: Ten Practical Arts Frances Moore Lappé

GLOBAL ISSUES Gras a dye, Grace to Haiti Pooja Bhatia

ART Human Choi Min-Shik

EDUCATION The Courage to Teach Becky Apteker

 

Books

REVIEWS To Hear the Voices of the Voiceless Jinjae Yoo, Miji Lee

Minimizing Visual-Field Defects, and the Achievement of Common Good InK

 

Vision

ENVIRONMENT Copenhagen: It’s Just the Beginning Shannon Stephens

CULTURE A Community of Beautiful Souls Aram Hur

POEM Ernste Stunde Rainer Maria Rilke

 

The Last Page Misty Ecstasy to Open the Eyes of Our Spirit Kim Young Gap

 

 

 

 

 

※ 2010년 여름호(Vol. 2) 목차

 

Common Struggles

 

Editor’s Note

Responding to the World

 

Special Theme

The Figure of the Soldier Alain Badiou

The Miracle of Poetry and Drawing a Solid Line Daehyun Park

 

Inspiration

ESSAY  Simone Weil and the Attentive Intellect Vance G. Morgan

Where There is Nothing, Read that I Love You Dino Alfier

From Reading to Acting – or Writing as a Way of Acting? Åsa Ericsdotter

 

Articles

PHILOSOPHY  The Simultaneous World Revolution Kojin Karatani

THOUGHTS  Let Icons Be Bygones! Emma Goldman Candace Falk

Values and Religion Hans Joas

POLITICS  From the Age of Anxiety to the Age of Fear Ashis Nandy

OPINIONS  Biopolitical Urban Politics and the Common City Joe Jung Hwan

 

Symposium

INTERVIEW  Democracy, Liberty and Equality in the Age of Cosmopolitanism: Interview with David Held

DISCUSSIONS  Democracy: A Place Where Voices of Political Subjects Converge InK

 

Engagement

MAKING A DIFFERENCE  Rise up India: Living the Dream Nigel Quraishy

MOVEMENT  Improving the Quality of Life Javan V. Apudo

EDUCATION  Better Life, Better World Dajeong Lee

ENVIRONMENT  Stop ‘Killing Four Major Rivers’ Hong Sung-Tae

INTERVIEW  Equality and Diversity, Another Name of Justice: Interview with Vandana Shiva

 

Books

REVIEWS  William Morris and Lu Xun Park Hong Kyu

Hope Mary Zournazi

 

Vision

PHOTOS  Thailand, Growing Pains Agnes Dherbeys

The Last Page  The Downy Arm NOH Suntag

 

 

 

 

 

※ 2010년 가을호(Vol. 3) 목차

 

Shared Visions

 

Editor’s Note

The Impossible Can Take a Little While

 

Inspiration

ESSAY Risking Everything Brian Palmer

Certain Use, of Words Youngmin Kim

 

Articles

THOUGHTS Edward Said: The Struggle For Humanism Patrick Williams

RECONSIDERATIONS Edward Said’s Humanism Akeel Bilgrami

PHILOSOPHY Values, Social and Beyond Michael Eldred

COMMENTS Conflicting Values? Silenced Minority Melanie Adrian

OPINIONS The ‘Tyranny’ of Consumer Freedom? Mark Davis

 

Symposium

DISCUSSIONS Indigo Youth Book Fair 2010 InK

INTERVIEW The Secret of the Universe is Outflow

: Interview with Lawrence Anthony

Ethics for Everyone: Interview with Peter Singer

 

Engagement

MOVEMENT The Global Generation Molly Kawahata

MAKING A DIFFERENCE And then… Hinda Talal

Hope for Better Days Javan V. Apudo

EDUCATION Head, Heart and Hand for Making Changes Arron Wood

SOCIAL ISSUES Freedom and Self-realisation Sonia Darrington

The Burden of Freedom Zoe Ribbons

 

Books

REVIEWS Re-evaluation of Values Brian Palmer

Billabong Boy Soyeon Lee

The Marxism of Che Guevara Peter McLaren

 

Vision

ARTS Beauty is Justice Savi Sawarkar

CULTURE Daniel’s Smile Kathleen Biddick

POETRY Save me Ariel Díaz

PHOTOS INFERNO James Nachtwey

MOVIE Simone Weil, a Martyr of Agony Daehyun Park

 

The Last Page An Interview with Simone Weil Julia Haslett

 

 

 

 

 

※ 2011년 겨울호(Vol. 4) 목차 (영어)

 

Against Injustice

 

Editor’s Note

The Long and Winding Road toward Justice

 

Special

Justice and the Global World

 

Inspiration

ESSAY Love Never Fails: A Lesson from Aziz Nesin Hankyeol Yoon

The Legitimacy of Human Rights Seyla Benhabib

 

Articles

THOUGHTS Justice and the Global World Amartya Sen

RECONSIDERATIONSAmartya Sen's Approach of Justice and the World Muriel Gilardone

PHILOSOPHY Values, Social and Beyond Michael Eldred

COMMENTS Who is Just? Who is Unjust? Jay Drydyk

Sen, Justice, Why, and Peace Christopher Lowry

 

Symposium

DISCUSSIONS Freedom in the Time of Cholera InK

INTERVIEW Equal Access to Education: Interview with Mark Horner

Rise Up Equality: Interview with Nigel Quraishy of Rise Up India

 

Engagement

OPINIONA New Global Leader ‘'G’' Younyeong Lee

MAKING A DIFFERENCEIn Honor of All the Murdered

and Imprisoned Students in Iran… Mona Strindberg

GLOBAL ISSUES Primary Health Care in Cuba: Successes and New Challenges

CURRENT ISSUES Should Civil Society Play the Role of a Catalyst

or a Watchdog? Atmaram Saraogi

Values for Governing Ourselves:

The Earth Charter Klaus Bosselmann

 

Books

REVIEWS Socialism or Communism? Lee Hyun Woo

Identity and Violence: The Illusion of Destiny Hankyeol Yoon

 

Vision

INTERVIEWThe World as a Body: Interview with Ávaro Restrepo

MOVIE The Politics of Music: In the case of El Sistema Daehyun Park

ARTS Human Beings on the Stones Park Dae Cho

 

The Last Page Desire 1 Park Dae Cho

 

 

※ 2011년 봄호(Vol. 5) 목차 (영어)

 

Possible Impossibilities

 

Editor’s Note

Tarrying With Tragedy

  

Inspiration

IDEAS Socially Responsible Design Studio Poper

ESSAY The Third Dream Valérie Zenatti

 

Articles

PHILOSOPHY The Nature of Evil Terry Eagleton

THOUGHTS A Natural History of Evil Zigmunt Bauman

COMMENTS "The Situation Is Catastrophic, But Not Serious" Slavoj Žižek

POLITICS The Politics of Exclusion: Citizenship, Human Rights and the Erased in Slovenia Jelka Zorn

OPINIONS Between Theory And Practice: The Role of Political Theory And Its Emancipatory Potential Urban Jakša

 

Symposium

INTERVIEW Ethics of Real: Interview with Alenka Zupančič

 

Engagement

CURRENT ISSUES On Biofuels From A Right to Food Perspective Jean Ziegler

MAKING A DIFFERENCE World Designs to End Poverty Cynthia E. Smith

MOVEMENT Love with Solidarity: Interview with Mision Milagro

IDEAS Kindness All Around Moon Min

 

Books

REVIEWS Enlightenment Today John Rajchman

 

Vision

PHOTOS Materia Oscura / Dark Matter Kerry Stuart Coppin

ENVIRONMENT Six Months of Discovery Josh Creaser

BETTER LIFE Art for Earth’s Sake Satish Kumar

 

The Last Page Welcome to the Bauman Institute

 

※ 2011년 가을호(Vol. 6) 목차 (영어)

 

Where Hope Begins

 

Editor’s Note

Mourning and Change

Inspiration

POETRY Journey of a Little Fish Hankyeol Yoon

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