[OPE-L:3706] Ian Hunt

Gerald Lev (glevy@acnet.pratt.edu)
Mon, 25 Nov 1996 18:00:38 -0800 (PST)

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Ian Hunt, who teaches social philosophy at Flinders University in
Adelaide, South Australia, is our newest subscriber.

He currently has "on the drawing board" a philosophical study of "economic
rationalism" and _laissez faire_ ideologies in economics. His areas of
specialization include value theory, crisis theory, and philosophy of

The following is a partial listing of his published works:

1982 'The Labors of Steedman on Marx', Review of Radical Political
Economics, 14:4, pp. 52-68.
1983 'An Obituary or a New Life for the Tendency of the Rate of Profit
to Fall', Review of Radical Political Economics, 15:1, pp.
1986 'A Critique of Roemer, Hodgson and Cohen on Marxian Exploitation',
Social Theory and Practice, 12:2, pp. 121-171.
1989 'Labour and Labour-power' in Radical Philosophy, 52, Summer 1989,
pp. 22-26.
1993 Analytical and Dialectical Marxism, (Aldershot: Avebury, 1993)
(chapter 6 is on Marx's economic theory)
1995 'Are Choices Always Liberating? - Dilemmas of 'Freeing Up' the
Australian Labour Market' in The New Industrial Relations in
Australia, eds, Ian Hunt and Chris Provis (Sydney: Federation
Press, 1995)
I also did a review recently for Capital & Class of Stephen Cullenberg, The
Falling Rate of Profit: Recasting the Marxian Debate, in Capital & Class,
57, Autumn 1995, pp. 162-4.


Ian -- Welcome aboard!

In Solidarity,