File spoon-archives/bourdieu.archive/bourdieu_2004/bourdieu.0408, message 16

Date: Fri, 6 Aug 2004 20:49:11 +0100 (BST)
Subject: Re: [BOU:] uncloseting the antisemite

Hi everyone

I usually lurk as I am not terribly familiar with Bourdieu's work. I only
know that what I have read makes sense and that I am quite comfortable
with his methodolog(ies)... So, I am not familiar with people on this

I am not demanding censorship and not even calling for a moderator. I
guess we have to accept that the instincts that caused the slaughter of
millions during the Second World War prevails... We see it in Iraq, today.
in Spain a few months ago, in New York in 2001 and, on my home continent,
in Rwanda 10 years ago...

The question I have is, how can we prevent hate-mongerers, bigots and
other offensive types from participating in our debates.


> In the interest of exposing Daedalus to sunlight, since anonymity
> shouldn't
> feather hate's wings:
> "Abbas Zaidi <> was editor of The Ravi (1985), Pakistan's
> premier and oldest academic magazine published by Government College,
> Lahore. He also edited Interface (1990-91) for the Program in Literary
> Linguistics, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. Zaidi has taught English
> Literature in Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, and worked as
> assistant
> editor for The Nation, Lahore"
> **********************************************************************
> Contributions:
> Commands:
> Requests:



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