CURRICULUM VITAE                                                                        DAVID SCHWEICKART

1/11/06

 

Attended the University of Dayton, Dayton, Ohio, 1960‑64

 

Graduated Summa Cum Laude with a B.S. in Mathematics

Awarded a three‑year National Defense Education Act Fellowship for graduate study in mathematics at the University of Virginia

 

Attended the University of Virginia, Charlottesville VA, 1964‑69

 

Awarded a Ph.D. in Mathematics, August 1969

Dissertation: Complex Bordism Rings of Periodic Maps

Advisor: P. E. Conner

 

Attended Ohio State University, Columbus OH, 1970‑75

 

Taught part‑time in the Mathematics Department, 1970‑75

Received M.A. in Philosophy, 1972

Awarded Ph.D. in Philosophy, 1977               

Dissertation: Capitalism: A Utilitarian Analysis                     

Advisor: James Scanlan

 

Assistant Professor of Mathematics, University of Kentucky,

Lexington KY, 1969‑70

 

Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Loyola University of Chicago, 1975‑80.

 

Associate Professor of Philosophy, Loyola University of Chicago, 1981‑1991.

 

Professor of Philosophy, Loyola University of Chicago, 1992-present.

 

Visiting Associate Professor of Philosophy, University of New Hampshire: fall semester, 1985; academic year 1986‑87.

 

Taught at the Loyola University Rome Center: 1987-88; 1994-5; 1999-2000; summer 2005

 

 

Publications:

 

A. Books

 

After Capitalism. Lanham, Md.: Rowman and Littlefield, 2002; Chinese translation (Beijing: Social Science Documentation Publishing House, Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, forthcoming)

 

Market Socialism: The Debate Among SocialistsNew York: Routledge, 1998, coauthored with Bertell Ollman, Hillel Ticktin and James Lawler.  Chinese translation, Xinhua Publishing House, 2000. [My lead essay in this volume, AMarket Socialism: A Defense@ has been reprinted in Michael Howard, ed. Socialism (New York: Routledge, 2001.]

 

Against Capitalism.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1993; paperback edition published by Westview Press, 1996; Spanish translation, <<Más allá del capitalismo>>, published by Sal Terrae (Santander, Spain), 1997; Chinese translation, published by Renmin University Press (Beijing) in 2003.  [The subsection of Chapter Five entitled AMeaningful Work@ has been reprinted in Kory Schaff, ed., Philosophy and the Problems of Work (Lanham, Md.: Rowman and Littlefield, 2001].

 

Capitalism or Worker Control? An Ethical and Economic Appraisal.  New York: Praeger, 1980; paperback edition 1982. [Chapter One has been reprinted in John Arthur and William Shaw, eds. Justice and Economic Distribution (New York: Prentice-Hall, 1991).]

 

B. Articles

 

            "Nonsense on Stilts: Michael Albert's Parecon"

 

"You Can't Get There from Here: Reflections on the Beijing Consensus" (In Chinese translation)  (forthcoming)

 

Review essay of John Perkins, Confessions of an Economic Hit Man and Noreena Hertz, The Debt Threat, Business Ethics Quarterly (forthcoming)

 

"Postscript to 'Economic Democracy: A Worthy Socialism that Would Really Work,'" (in Spanish translation) (forthcoming)

 

"Preface to the Chinese Edition of After Capitalism" (forthcoming)

 

"Stakeholders and Terrorists: On Carol Gould's Democratizing Globalization and Human Rights," Proceedings of the Radical Philosophy Association 6th Biennial International Conference (Philosophical Documentation Center, forthcoming)

 

"Democracy," in Richard Schmitt and Anatole Anton, eds.,Beyond Global Capitalism: Socialist Visions of a Possible Future (Lexington Books, forthcoming).

 

"Does Historical Materialism Imply Socialism?"  Reason and Emancipation: Essays in Honor of Kai Nielsen, Michel Seymour and Mathias Fitsch, eds. (Prometheus Books, forthcoming)

 

 

"Marx's Democratic Critique of Capitalism and Its Implications for China's Developmental Trajectory," Teaching and Research, No. 10, 2005, pp. 16-21 (In Chinese translation)

 

"Some Aspects of Market Socialism: A Dialogue with David Schweickart," Foreign Theoretical Trends, no. 1 (2005): 18-22 [In Chinese]

 

"Successor-System Theory as an Orienting Devise: Trying to Understand China," Nature, Society, Thought, vol. 17, no. 4 (2004): 389-413, and La Pensée [France] (forthcoming in French translation).

 

"Historical Materialism and the Case for (One Kind of) Market Socialism," (translated into French),  Le socialisme de marché à la choisée des chemins, ed. Tony Andréani,  (Paris: Le temps des cerises, 2003), pp. 71-94.

 

"Preface to the Chinese Edition of Against Capitalism, (Beijing: Renmin University Press, 2003), pp. 1-9.

 

"In What May We Hope?" New Ground: Chicago Democratic Socialists of America (July-August 2003), pp. 9-11. [This article was reprinted as a seven-page pamphlet.]  It was also printed in the Democratic Socialists of America: Greater Detroit Newsletter, September 2003, pp. 3-5.

 

"The State of Our Union," Loyola University Peace Studies Newsletter (March, 2003): 1-3.

 

"Ten Theses on Marxism and the Transition to Communism," in Tian Yu Cao, ed., The Chinese Model of Modern Development (New York: Routledge, 2005), [English version], pp, 188-215; (Central Compilation and Translation Publisher, Central Committee, 2003) [Chinese version], pp. 251-91.  Also, an abbreviated version published in two parts in Foreign Theoretical Trends, Numbers 9 and 10, pp. 22-5 and 23-7 (2002) [Both in Chinese translation]

 

"Son compatibles la liberdad, la egualdad y la democracia? Si pero no bajo el capitalismo" ["Are Liberty, Equality and Democracy Compatible?  Yes, But Not Under Capitalism"], in Roberto Gargarella y Félix Ovejero, eds., Razones para el socialismo (Barcelona: Paidós, 2001)

 

"What's Labor Got to Do with It? Capitalism and the Counterproject," in Kory Schaff, ed., Philosophy and the Problems of Work, (Lanham, Md.: Rowman and Littlefield, 2001).

 

"Not with a Bang but a Whimper: Capitalism, Socialism, Ecology," Theoria  [South Africa] (June 2000): 1-33.

 

"Son compatibles la liberdad, la igualidad y la democracia?" ("Are Liberty, Equality, and -Solidarity Compatible?") Minetras Tanto [Spain] (Autumn 1999): 85-104.

 

"Filling the Void: Elements of a Theory of a Successor-System to Capitalism," Agenda Latinoamericana, 1999: 114-1115. [Published simultaneously in Spanish as "El sistema sucesor del capitalismo: elementos para su theoria"]

 

"The Philosophy and Biology of Race and Sex: A Course," with Diane Suter, National Women's Studies Association Journal 10 (Summer 1998): 117-136.

 

"Dr. Pangloss Goes to Market: A Review Essay on David Ramsey Steele's From Marx to Misis: Post-Capitalist Society and the Challenge of Economic Calculation, in  Critical Review, Summer 1996: 333-352.

 

"A Reply to Seven Reviews of Against Capitalism," Radical Philosophy Review of Books, Number 11-12, 1995: 54-67.

 

"Capitalism, Capital Flight and Market Socialism: Some Ethical and Economic Considerations," Theoria [South Africa] (May 1995): 47-54

 

"On Socialist Envy," Theoria [South Africa] (October 1994): 37-41.

 

"A Democratic Theory of Economic Exploitation Dialectically Developed" in Theory, Power, and Human Emancipation: Dimensions of Radical Philosophy, ed. Roger Gottlieb (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1993), pp. 101-22. Reprinted in  Exploitation, ed. Kai Nielsen and Robert Ware, (Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Humanities Press, 1997), pp. 49-68.

 

"Market Socialism, Workplace Democracy, Investment Planning: Putting Together the Pieces," Review of Radical Political Economics (Fall and Winter 1992): 29-45.

 

"Is There A Viable, Desirable Socialism?" (Trans. into Chinese)  In The Choice of Social Systems, a Future of China Academic Discussion Publication, (Fall 1992): 25-32.

 

"Economic Democracy: A Worthy Socialism That Would Really Work," Science and Society 56 (Spring 1992): 9-38.

 

There have been four full or partial translations of this article published: 

 

The Instituto Cristianisme i Justícia, in Barcelona, translated it into both Spanish (as "Democracia económica: propuesta para un socialismo eficaz") and Catalan (as "Democràcia econòmica: proposta per un socialisme eficaç".  They printed it as a booklet, and made 30,000 copies, to be distributed to academics, church people, and trade unionists.  The Spanish version was reprinted in Realidad (El Salvador) Jan-Feb 1997: 39-68.

 

An abbreviated version appeared in the Jesuit publication of the Central American Province under the title, "No hay salida: mirando atrás criticamente," Diaconía (Managua) 17 (July-September 1993): 3-12].

 

A full version of the article appeared in French as "La démocratie économique. Un socialisme véritible et réalisable," Actuel Marx (n. 14, 1993): 69-88.

 

"The Politics and Morality of Unequal Exchange: Roemer and Emmanuel, Analysis and Synthesis," Economics and Philosophy 7 (1991): 13-36.

 

"On the Exploitation of Cotton, Corn and Labor," in Robert Ware and Kai Nielsen, Analyzing Marx: New Essays on Analytical Marxism (Calgary: University of Calgary Press, 1989), pp. 281-298.

 

"Reflections on Anti‑Marx Marxism: Elster on Marx's Functionalism and Labor Theory of Value," Praxis International, 8 (April 1988): 109‑122.

 

"A Reply to Arnold's Reply," Economics and Philosophy 3 (October 1987): 331‑334. [Reprinted in Peter J. Boettke, ed. The Socialist Calculation Debate London: Routledge, 2000).]

 

"Market Socialist Capitalist Roaders: A Comment on Arnold," Economics and Philosophy 3 (October 1987): 308‑319. [Reprinted in Peter J. Boettke, ed. The Socialist Calculation Debate London: Routledge, 2000).]

 

"Marxism in Latin America: A Defense," Journal of Social Philosophy (Summer 1986): 21‑35.

 

"Is Capitalism to Blame for Unemployment?" Left Court (Autumn, 1986): 7‑19.

 

"Plant Relocations: A Philosophical Reflection," Review of Radical Political Economics (Winter 1984): 32‑52.

             

"On Robert Paul Wolff's Transcendental Interpretation of Marx's Labor Theory of Value,"  Canadian Journal of Philosophy (September 1984): 359‑74.

 

"Is There an Answer to Plant Closings? A Philosophical Reflection," New Catholic World, v. 226 (July‑August 1983): 180‑83.

 

"Is There a Viable Socialism?" Socialist Journal (July 1983): 4‑19.

 

"Repression in the Philippines," Socialist Journal (April 1983): 12‑18.

 

"A Marxist Perspective on the Human Person," Proceedings of the American Catholic Philosophical Association, LV (1982): 99‑107.

 

"Worker Participation: A Dialectical Analysis," Perspectives on the Professions (June 1981): 1‑4.

 

"Marx and Heidegger: A Framework for Dialogue," in Heidegger: the Man and the Thinker, ed. Thomas Sheehan (Chicago: Precedent, 1981), pp. 229‑44.

 

"Capitalism and Work: Some Utilitarian Considerations," The Philosophical Forum (Winter‑Summer 1978‑79): 171‑80.

 

"Should Rawls Be a Socialist? A Comparison of his Ideal Capitalism with Worker‑Controlled Socialism," Social Theory and Practice (Fall 1979): 1‑27.

 

"Worker‑Controlled Socialism: A Blueprint and Defense," Radical Philosophers' Newsjournal (April 1977): 1‑22.

 

"Capitalism, Contribution and Sacrifice," The Philosophical Forum (Spring‑Summer 1976): 260‑76; reprinted in Tibor Machan, ed. The Main Debate: Communism versus Capitalism (New York: Random House, 1987).

 

C. Book Reviews

 

Seymour Melman, After Capitalism: From Managerialism to Workplace Democracy (2001), for Socialism and Democracy (Summer-Fall 2003): 289-92.

 

Greg MacLeod, From Mondragon to America: Experiments in Community Economic Development (1997) for Radical Philosophy Review.

 

Murray E. G. Smith, Invisible Leviathan: The Marxist Critique of Market Despotism beyond Postmodernism (1994) for Science and Society (Summer 1998): 287-89.

 

Sharryn Kasmir, The Myth of Mondragon: Cooperatives, Politics, and Working Class Life in a Basque Town (1996) for Science and Society (Winter 1998/1999): 597-600.

 

Christopher Pierson, Socialism after Communism: The New Market Socialism (1995) for American Political Science Review (March 1997): 221-2.

 

Sandra Harding, ed., The "Racial" Economy of Science (1993) for National Women's Studies Association Journal (Fall 1994): 509-10.

 

Joseph Femia, Marxism and Democracy (1993) for Ethics (January 1995): 452.

 

Dennis Smith, Capitalist Democracy on Trial: The Transatlantic Debate from Toqueville to the Present (1990) for Ethics (October 1991): 191.

 

Peter Calvert, Revolution and Counter-Revolution (1990) for Ethics (October 1991): 191-192.

 

Allen Buchanan, Ethics, Efficiency and the Market (1985) for The Philosophical Review (July 1991): 501-503.

 

Milton Fisk, The State and Justice: An Essay in Political Theory  (1989) for Radical Philosophy Review of Books, (No. 3, 1991):34-38.

 

Jon Elster, Making Sense of Marx (1985) for Review of Radical Political Economics (Vol. 21, Nos. 1&2; 1989):201-204.

 

Frank Cunningham, Democratic Theory and Socialism (1987) for Ethics (April 1990): 678-79.

 

Pierre Clastres, Society Against the State: Essays in Political Anthropology (1974; trans. 1987) for Canadian Philosophical Reviews IX (April 1989): 139-42.

 

John Roemer, ed. Analytic Marxism (1986) for Ethics (July 1987): 869‑70.

 

Andrew Levine, Liberal Democracy (1981) and Arguing for Socialism (1985) for Nous (March 1987): 98‑102.

 

Robert Paul Wolff, Understanding Marx (1984) for The Journal of Philosophy (December 1986).

 

Tom Rockmore, William Gavin, James Colbert and Thomas Blakely, Marxism and Alternatives (1981) for Russian Review, (January 1984).

 

Also the following reviews for Choice:

W. A. Suchting, Marx and Philosophy: Three Studies (1986), reviewed (December, 1986).

 

Robert Young, Personal Autonomy: Beyond Negative and Positive Liberty (1986) reviewed (October 1986).

 

Helena Sheehan, Marxism and the Philosophy of Science v.1: The First Hundred Years (1985) reviewed (September 1985).

 

Richard Miller, Analyzing Marx (1984) reviewed (February 1985).

 

Peter Brannen, Authority and Participation in Industry (1983) reviewed (May 1984).

 

Lee Congdon, The Young Lukacs (1983) reviewed (March 1984).

 

John DeBrizzi, Ideology and the Rise of Labor Theory in America reviewed (September 1983).

 

Frank Lindenfeld and Joyce Rothchild‑Whitt,eds. Workplace Democracy and Social Change (1982) reviewed (May 1983).

 

Ronald Mason, Participatory and Workplace Democracy (1982) reviewed (December 1982).

 

Georg Lukacs, The Destruction of Reason (1982) reviewed (July‑August 1982).

 

Andrew Feenberg, Lukacs, Marx and the Sources of Critical Theory reviewed (March 1982).

 

Allen Wood, Karl Marx (1981) reviewed (July‑August 1981).

 

Robert Heilbroner, Marxism: For and Against (1980) reviewed (September 1980).

 

Frank Parkin, Marxism and Class Theory: A Bourgeois Critique (1979) reviewed (June 1980).

 

Leszek Kolakowski, Main Currents in Marxism, 3 vols., (1978) reviewed (July‑August 1979).

 

George Novack, Polemics in Marxism Philosophy (1978) reviewed (April 1979).

 

Tom Bottomore and Patrick Goode, eds., Austro‑Marxism (1978) reviewed (February 1979).

 

Ralph Miliband and John Saville, eds., The Socialist Register:1977 reviewed (October 1978).

 

Howard Parsons, ed., Marx and Engels on Ecology (1977) reviewed (June 1978).

 

David McLellan, ed., Karl Marx: Selected Writings (1977) reviewed (April 1978).

 

Umberto Melotti, Marx and the Third World (1977) reviewed (March 1978).

 

Presentations:

 

 

"After Capitalism?  How About Democracy?" public lecture, St. Johns University, New York City, November 22, 2005.

 

"Marx's Democratic Critique of Capitalism," to graduate students and junior faculty, Liaoning Provincial College of Politics and Economics, Shenyang, China, August 13, 2005.

 

"From Marx to Economic Democracy to Marx to Successor-Systems Theory to Marx to China," presentation to the faculty of Liaoning Provincial College of Politics and Economics, Shenyang, China, August 13, 2005.

 

"You Can't Get There from Here: Reflections on the 'Beijing Consensus,'" Conference on "China Model or 'Beijing Consensus' for Development, "Tianjin Normal  University, Tianjin, China, August 8, 2005.

 

"Marx's Democratic Critique of Capitalism and Its Implications for China's Development Strategy," Conference on Marxism and Social Development in China, Renmin University, Beijing, China, June 18, 2005.

 

"On Carol Gould's Globalizing Democracy and Human Rights, panel discussion sponsored by the Radical Philosophy Association, American Philosophical Association Central Division Meeting, Chicago, April 30, 2005.

 

"The Courage of Violence, the Cowardice of Violence," at the Loyola Anti-War Teach-In, March 20, 2005.

 

“Three Concepts of Liberty: Hayek, Sen and Marx.” Video lecture to the thirty-two campuses of the Instituto Tecnologico Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, broadcast from Loyola University Chicago, March 11, 2005.

 

            "Great Transitions: The Next Step" to the Tellus Institute, Boston, March 4, 2005.

 

"After Capitalism: Socialist Alternatives," Democratic Socialists of America Forum, Boston,  March 3, 2005.  Respondents: Noemi Gizpenc (Ownerships Associates); Pasqualino Columbaro (New Priorities Committee, Jobs with Justice)

 

"On Economic Democracy," to a study group at Networking for Democracy, Chicago, that had been reading After Capitalism, December 13, 2004.

 

"After Capitalism--What?" lecture to Stefano Giachetti's Phil 120 class, Loyola University, November 18, 2004.

 

            "Hope and Human Flourishing: Reflections on After Capitalism," book discussion at Left of Center Book Store, Chicago, November 11, 2004.

 

"Democracy After Capitalism," Sixth Biennial Conference of the Radical Philosophy Association, Howard University, Washington, D.C., November 5, 2004.

 

"In What May We Hope?  Historical Materialism and the Question of Socialism," to the Department of Philosophy, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, October 8, 2004

 

"In What May We Hope?  Historical Materialism and the Question of Socialism," to the AlterGlobalization Conference, San Miguel de Allende, Mexico, August 10, 2004.

 

"After Capitalism?  How About Democracy?" public lecture in the "Big Problems" Series, University of Chicago, May 24, 2004.

 

"Is Global Poverty a Moral Problem?" to Dan Harnett and John Neafsey's Phil 282/Theo 180 class, Loyola University Chicago, May 21, 2004.

 

"In What May We Hope?  Historical Materialism and the Question of Socialism," to the Radical Philosophy Association, American Philosophical Association Meetings, Chicago, April 24, 2004.

 

            "Is There An Alternative to Capitalism?" to Democratic Socialists of America, Detroit, April 18, 2004.

 

Four three-hour lectures to graduate students in the Humanities Doctoral Program of the Mexico City campus of Instituto Tecnologico Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, on Milton Friedman, Karl Marx, Immanuel Wallerstein and David Schweickart, respectively, March 15, 16, 17, 18.

 

"Will There Be Life After Capitalism?" to the Ethical Humanist Society of Greater Chicago, February 15, 2004, Skokie, Illinois

 

“Is Global Poverty a Moral Problem?” Video lecture to the thirty-two campuses of the Instituto Tecnologico Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, broadcast from Loyola University Chicago, February 13, 2004.

 

"In What May We Hope?  Historical Materialism and the Question of Socialism," to Society for the Philosophical Study of Marxism, American Philosophical Association Meetings, Washington, DC., December 28, 2003.

 

"Concerning After Capitalism" to Professor Harry Targ's Political Science class, Purdue University, December 12, 2003.

 

"Concerning After Capitalism" to a Westside neighborhood reading group that had been meeting weekly for four weeks to discuss my book, Chicago, November 21, 2003

 

"Concerning After Capitalism" to Professor Rob Mayer's Political Science class, Loyola University, Chicago, November 5, 2003.

 

"Does Historical Materialism Imply Socialism?" Conference in Honor of Kai Nielsen, Toronto, October 4, 2003.

 

"Concerning After Capitalism" to a Westside neighborhood reading group that had been meeting weekly for four weeks to discuss my book, Chicago, September 24, 2003

 

"Does Historical Materialism Imply Socialism? Some Thoughts on Kai Nielsen's 'Taking Historical Materialism Seriously'" Department of Philosophy, Loyola University Chicago, September 24, 2003.

 

"In What May We Hope?"  Invited address to the Third Unitarian Church, Chicago, September 7, 2003.

 

"In What May We Hope?" Panel Presentation to the Midwest Democratic Socialists of American Conference, University of Chicago, July 12, 2003

 

"What, if Anything, Justifies Capitalism?" Panel discussion with Thomas Carson, moderated by Thomas Wren, televised to the faculty of Instituto Technologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, April 25, 2003.

 

"On Justifying This War: Torture, Lies and Basic Principles," at the Loyola University Peace Studies Iraq War Teach-In, March 26, 2003.

 

"Markets and Democracy: A Dialectical View," to the Society for Philosophy and Public Affairs, Eastern Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Philadelphia, December 29, 2002.

 

"Economic Democracy: What It Is, and Why We Want It," to the University of Chicago Chapter of the Young Democratic Socialists of America, November 14, 2002.

 

"Yes, Virginia, There Is an Alternative," to Lauren Langman's graduate seminar in Social Theory, Loyola University Chicago, November 13, 2002.

 

"Successor-System Theory as an Orienting Devise: Trying to Understand China," Plenary Session presentation at the Fifth Biannual Conference of the Radical Philosophy Association, Brown University, November 9, 2002.

 

"The Wages of Nike/The Wages of Sin: Commentary on Ian Maitland," Loyola University Chicago, November 7, 2002.

 

"Machiavelli and Morality: Mr. Bush Goes to War" to the Teach-In on Iraq, Loyola University, October 7, 2002.

 

"What's Labor Got to Do with It"--lecture and discussion with Jennifer Parks' Women's Studies 201 class, Loyola University Chicago, September 17, 2002.

 

"Ten Theses on Marxism and the Transition to Socialism," presentation to the symposium "Modernization, Globalization and China's Path in Economic Development, Hangzhou, China, July 6, 2002.

 

"Theories of Justice," to the Ethics Across the Curriculum Workshop for the Faculty of Instituto Technologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Loyola University Chicago, June 4, 2002.

 

"Questioning Capitalism," to the Ethics Across the Curriculum Workshop for the Faculty of Instituto Technologico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, Loyola University Chicago, May 30, 2002.

 

"Pain and Coca-Cola: Commentary on William McBride's, From Yugoslav Praxis to Global Pathos," panel organized by the Radical Philosophy Association at the Central Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association, Chicago, April 30, 2002.

 

"On Poverty," commentary on Milton Fisk's "Rethinking Community, Poverty, Jobs and Solidarity," at the Loyola University Conference, "Poverty and the University," April 11, 2002.

 

"On Pluralism," at the Loyola Philosophy Department Colloquium on Pluralism, April 3, 2002 [with Tom Wren and Adrien Peperzak.]

 

"Getting from Here to There: Can We Imagine Revolution?" at a session organized by the Society for the Philosophical Study of Marxism, Pacific Division Meetings of the American Philosophical Association, Seattle, March 29, 2002.

 

"Economic Democracy/Imagining Revolution," Chicago Conference on the Study of Political Thought, University of Illinois/Chicago, November 17, 2001.

 

"Historical Materialism and the Case for (One Kind of) Market Socialism," Marx III Conference, University of Paris/Nanterre, September 29, 2001.

 

Short presentation to, followed by extensive questioning by, the students of Rob Meyer=s Upper-Division Political Science course, ASocialism.@  Against Capitalism is being used as one of the basic texts in the course.  Loyola University Chicago, April 5, 2001. 

 

Response to an "Author Meets Critics" discussion of After Capitalism, Fourth Biannual Conference of the Radical Philosophy Association, Loyola University, Chicago, November 5, 2000. [Critics: Justin Schwartz, Frank Thompson, Patricia Mann]

 

"The Unholy Alliance of Economic Democracy and Basic Income: Commentary on Michael Howard, Self-Management and the Crisis of Socialism (2000)" at the Fourth Biannual Conference of the Radical Philosophy Association, Loyola University, Chicago, November 3, 2000.

 

Discussion of "Capitalism and the Counterproject" with an Evanston Township High School class in economics (taught by Chip Brady), October 13, 2000.

 

"What's Love Got to Do with It?  Capitalism and the Counterproject," to the Department of Economics, University of Bergamo, Bergamo, Italy, July 4, 2000.

 

"Are Liberty, Equality, and Solidarity Compatible?" Universidad de Valencia, Summer Course at Gandia, Spain, July 18, 1999.

 

"Why Market Socialism?" to a meeting of Solidarity, Chicago, May 16, 1999.

 

"Elements of a Theory of a Successor-System to Capitalism," Conference in Honor of Jaroslav Vanek, Columbia University, April 24, 1999.

 

"Socialism: Market or Plan? The Debate Goes On, " Socialist Scholars Conference, Bureau of Manhattan Community College, New York, April 10, 1999.

 

"Affirmative: Market Socialism," at the book party for Market Socialism: the Debate Among Socialists, at the Brecht Forum, New York, April 8, 1999.

 

"Not with a Bang, but a Whimper: Capitalism, Economic Democracy and the Environment," Lewis and Clark University, Portland, Oregon, March 6, 1999.

 

"I Think, Therefore, I Am," an invited lecture to prospective Honors Students and their parents, Loyola University, February 14, 1999.

 

"Filling the Void: Elements of a Theory of a Successor-System to Capitalism," to the Eighth Day Center for Justice, Chicago, January 28, 1999.

 

"From Here to There: Imagining the Transition from Capitalism to Socialism, with a Little Help from The Communist Manifesto," to the Society for the Philosophical Study of Marxism, American Philosophical Association Easter Division Meetings, Washington, D.C., December 29, 1998.

 

"Successor-System Theory," to the board members of the Midwest Center for Labor Research, Chicago, December 7, 1998.

 

"The Mondragon Cooperatives: A Model for our Times?" to the Roosevelt University Political Economy Seminar, Roosevelt University, November 15, 1998.

 

"Market Socialism: A Debate with Bertell Ollman," Radical Philosophy Association Conference, San Francisco State University, November 6, 1998.

 

"Elements of a Theory of a Successor-System to Capitalism," to the Philosophy Department, Loyola University, Chicago, October 21, 1998.

 

"Values, Yes, but Which Values?: Comments on Ron Aronson's 'Value Talk,' to the In These Times-sponsored Back to Basics Conference, Chicago, October 10, 1998.

 

"Why Capitalism Cannot Resolve the Problem of Global Hunger," to the class, World Hunger: Causes and Responses, Loyola University Chicago, October 5, 1998.

 

"Es posible economicamente socialismo?" to the Curso de Izquierda Unida, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, El Escorial, Spain, August 12, 1998, and a follow-up roundtable with Catherine Samary, University of Paris and Julio Carranza, University of Havana, August 13, 1998.

 

"Cooperatives Beyond Capitalism," to the to the Cooperative Foundation of the Philippines, Inc., Quezon City, June 22, 1998. 

 

"Not with a Bang, but a Whimper: Capitalism, Ecology and Economic Democracy," to the Center for Integrative and Development Studies, University of the Philippines, June 4, 1998

 

"Cooperatives, Globalization and Economic Democracy," Socialist Scholars Conference, New York, March 22, 1998

 

"To Market or Not to Market?  A Debate with Bertell Ollman," Socialist Scholars Conference, New York, March 22, 1998

 

"Whose Self-Interest?  Some Reflections on Capitalism and Democracy," to the Conference on Democracy and Self-Interest," California State University at Fullerton, March 20, 1998

 

"Cooperatives, Globalization and Economic Democracy," to the Philosophy Department, California State Polytechnical University at Pomona, Pomona, CA, March 19, 1998.

 

"Capital under Market Socialism: Alternatives to Capitalist Development," to the Socialist and Marxist Studies Program, University of Maine, Orono, February 5, 1998

 

"Why the Stock Market is Immoral," to the Department of Philosophy, University of Maine, Orono, February 5, 1998

 

"Más allá del capitalismo" to

ESADE (the Jesuit-affiliated School of Business), Barcelona, Spain, January 12, 1998

Cristianismo y justicia, Barcelona, Spain, January 12, 1998

Departament de Política Econòmia i Estructura Econòmia Mundial, Universitat de Barcelona, January 13, 1998

Forum Tarragona y Comité Óscar Romero, Tarragona, Spain, January 13, 1998

Centro Pignatelli, Zaragoza, Spain, January 14, 1998

Instituto Diocesano de Teologia y Pastoral Bilbao, Bilbao, Spain, January 15, 1998

 

"To Market or Not to Market? A Debate with Bertell Ollman," Radical Scholars and Activists Conference, Roosevelt University, Chicago, October 25, 1997.

 

Series of five lectures on Against Capitalism, Universidad de Centroamerica, San Salvador, El Salvador, October 13-17, 1997

 

"Capitalism and Risk: Why the Stock Market is Unfair," to the Department of Philosophy, Kansas State University, April 28, 1997

 

"Capitalism, Capital Flight, and Market Socialism or Why Capitalism Doesn't Work," public lecture at Middle Tennessee State University, March 6, 1997

 

"Neoliberalism as Bad Faith," to the 2nd International Conference on Emancipatory Paradigms and Modernity in Latin America, Havana, Cuba, January 16, 1997.

 

"Capitalism and Risk: Why the Stock Market is Unfair" to the Society for the Philosophical Study of Marxism," American Philosophical Association, Atlanta, December 28, 1996.

 

"Cuba Today," to the Lake Forest Quaker Forum, Lake Forest, IL November 22, 1996.

 

"Worker Cooperatives and Socialism: Three Theses," to the Radical Philosophy Association Conference, Purdue University, November 16, 1996.

 

"Is History Really Over?  Is Socialism Really Dead?" to the Loyola University Philosophy Club, October 8, 1996.

 

"Market Socialism: A Defense" to the 96th Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, August 29, 1996.

 

"What is Capital Under Socialism?: Market Socialism and Investment" at the Eighth Conference of North American and Cuban Philosophers and Social Scientists, University of Havana, June 13, 1996. Same presentation made at the University of Holguin, June 17, 1996, and at the University of Camaguey, June 20, 1996.

 

"Cooperatives and Globalization," at the Socialist Scholars Conference, New York, April 13, 1996.

 

"Capitalism or Economic Democracy?" to David Gandolfo's class, Action and Value: Society, March 13, 1996

 

"Government in a Capitalist Society," to a class on Government and Business conducted by Prof. Dennis O'Connor, Loras College, Dubuque, IA, November 17, 1995.

 

"Socialism in China," to a class in Comparative Politics, conducted by Prof. Issa Kahlaf, Loras College, Dubuque, IA, November 17, 1995.

 

"Economic Democracy and Business Ethics," to a class in Business Ethics conducted by Prof. Roman Ciapalo, Loras College, Dubuque, IA, November 17, 1995.

 

"Why Capitalism Doesn't Work."  Public lecture sponsored by the Department of Philosophy, Loras College, Dubuque, IA, November 16, 1995.

 

"Combining Plan and Market: A Defense of Economic Democracy."  Panel presentation at the Midwest Radical Scholars and Activists Conference, Chicago, October 28, 1995.

 

"Market Socialism: A Defense," to the 1994 Annual Conference of the International Institute for Self-Management, Malesov, Czech Republic, August 22, 1994

 

"On Socialist Envy," to the Sixth Conference of North American and Cuban Philosophers, Havana, Cuba, June 16, 1994

 

Three lectures on my book, Against Capitalism to the Instituto de Filosofia, Havana, Cuba, June 7, 8, 9, 1994.

 

"Market Socialism: A Defense," to the Department of Economics, Loyola University, Chicago, May 18, 1994

 

"Against Capitalism; For Economic Democracy," at the New World Resource Center, Chicago, May 15, 1994

 

"Capitalism, Capital Flight, and Market Socialism: Some Ethical and Economic Considerations," (invited paper for the Symposium on Market Socialism) to the American Philosophical Association, Kansas City, May 7, 1994.

 

"Market Socialism or Democratic Planning?  A Debate with Hillel Ticktin" to the Socialist Scholars Conference, New York, April 2, 1994.

 

"Against Capitalism, For Economic Democracy," at Stockton State College, Pomona, NJ, December 6, 1993.

 

"Market Socialism Vs. Non-Market Socialism: A Debate," (with Steve Coleman, London Polytechnic University) at the Midwest Radical Scholars and Activists Conference, Loyola University, Chicago, October 30, 1993.

 

"Market Socialism: An Overview," to the Midwest Radical Scholars and Activists Conference, Loyola University, Chicago, October 30, 1993.

 

"Worker-Managed Market Socialism," to the Midwest Radical Scholars and Activists Conference, Loyola University, Chicago, October 30, 1993.

 

"On Beyond Tolerance," to the Lewis College Conference on Tolerance, Romeoville, IL, October 13, 1993.

 

"Is Economic Democracy Appropriate to the Third World?" to the Fifth Conference of North American and Cuban Philosophers, Havana, Cuba, June 22, 1993.

 

"Economic Democracy: A New Socialist Vision," to the International Institute for Self-Management Conference, C.W. Post College, Long Island University, June 7, 1993.

 

"Is Socialism Obsolete?" Keynote Address to the , Wayne State University, May 1, 1993.

 

"On Market Socialism," to the Center for Ethics Across the Curriculum, Loyola University, February 15, 1993.

 

"The Future of Socialism," to the Forum for Philippine Alternatives, Chicago, February 12, 1993.

 

"A New Paradigm for Socialism," to the Philippine Center for Policy Studies, University of the Philippines, January 12, 1993.

 

"From Command Socialism to Economic Democracy," to the Rethinking Marxism Conference, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, November 14, 1992.

 

"On Beyond Crisis: Economic Democracy and Marxist Crisis Theory," to the Rethinking Marxism Conference, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA, November 12, 1992.

 

"Economic Democracy or the Participatory Economy? A Debate with Michael Albert," to the Midwest Radical Scholars and Activists Conference, Loyola University, Chicago, October 24, 1992.

 

"Che Guevara, Mondragon, Economic Democracy," to the Fourth Conference of Cuban and North American Philosophers, Havana, Cuba, June 6, 1992.

 

"Economic Democracy: A Socialism that Will Work and Won't Wreck the Environment," keynote address to the Seventh Annual Conference in Graduate Research in Marxism, SUNY/Buffalo, March 28, 1992.

 

"Economic Democracy: A Worthy Socialism that Works," to the Symposium in Honor of the 125th Anniversary of Marx's Capital, Loyola University, March 25, 1992.

 

"What's Been Happening in Philosophy Since You Last Looked?" to the Loyola University Interdisciplinary Faculty Symposium, January 24, 1992.

 

"Economic Democracy: A Worthy Socialism That Would Really Work," to the North American Society for Social Philosophy, Eastern Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, New York, December 28, 1991.

 

"Capitalism or Democracy?" to the Midwest Radical Scholars and Activists Conference, Loyola University, November 9, 1991.

 

"Economic Democracy/Capitalism/Growth" to the Midwest Radical Scholars and Activists Conference, Loyola University, November 8, 1991.

 

"The Future of Marxism," to the Philosophy Club, Loyola University, October 1, 1991

 

"Reflections on Mondragon," to the Conference of North American and Cuban Philosophers, Havana, Cuba, June 6, 1991.

 

"Marxian Paradoxes," invited paper for the Symposium on the Future of Marxism, American Philosophical Association, Chicago, April 27, 1991.

 

"On Capitalism or Worker Control?" to a class, Action and Value: Society, at Loyola University Chicago, April 25, 1991.

 

"Market Socialism, Worker Control, Democratic Planning," to the Program on Participation and Labor-Managed Systems, Cornell University, November 16, 1990.

 

"On Market Socialism: A Response to John Roemer," to the Radical Scholars and Activists Conference, Loyola University Chicago, October 20, 1990.

 

"How Not to Think About Market Socialism," to the Radical Scholars and Activists Conference, Loyola University Chicago, October 20, 1990.

 

"On Market Socialism/Democratic Planning" to the Union for Radical Political Economy, Rock Hill, New York, August 25, 1990.

 

"Is There a Viable, Desirable Socialism?" to the Future of China Society, Harvard University, June 7, 1990.

 

"How To Think About El Salvador: the Political and Ethical Issues," to a class on "Social and Political Philosophy," [Nancy Fraser] Northwestern University, April 10, 1990.

 

"On the Time-Preference Justification of Interest," to the Pacific Division of the American Philosophical Association, Los Angeles, March 29, 1990.

 

"On Anarchism: A Critical Appreciation," to the New World Resource Center, Chicago, March 25, 1990.

 

"What's Going On in El Salvador?" to the Loyola community, at the invitation of Peace, Bread and Justice, March 15, 1990.

 

"The Politics of Women's Ways of Knowing: Commentary on Lorraine Code,"  to the Conference on Gender, Knowledge, Education and Work, University of Calgary, June 4, 1989.

 

"Toward a Democratic Theory of Economic Exploitation," to the Department of Philosophy, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, April 13, 1989.

 

"Which Way For the Environmental Movement: Capitalism or Socialism?" to The Open University of the Left and the DePaul University Political Science Department, Chicago, April 12, 1989.

 

"El Salvador: the Political and Ethical Issues," to a class on "Social and Political Philosophy," Northwestern University, April 5, 1989.

 

"Toward a Democratic Theory of Economic Exploitation," to the Department of Philosophy, University of Maine, Orono, March 23, 1989.

 

"How Not to Think about Market Socialism" to the Marxist Study Group, University of Maine, Orono, March 23, 1989.

 

"Capitalism or Socialism: Liberty and Autonomy" to a class on "Contemporary Marxism," University of Maine, Orono, March 23, 1989.

 

"On the Justification of Interest or Why Aristotle and Aquinas Were (Almost) Right," Invited Public Lecture, University of Maine, Orono, March 22, 1989.

 

"Toward a Democratic Theory of Economic Exploitation," to the Political Economy Seminar, Department of Economics, University of New Hampshire, March 3, 1989.

 

"On the Exploitation of Corn: A Defense of Marx's 'Transcendental' Argument" to the Central Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, May 1, 1987.

 

"Is Market Socialism Feasible Socialism?" to the Socialist Scholars Conference, Manhattan Community College, CUNY, April 11, 1987.

 

"The Morality and Politics of Unequal Exchange," to the Philosophy Department, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, March 6, 1987.

 

"On the Exploitation of Corn: A Defense of Marx's 'Transcendental' Argument" to the Political Economy Workshop, Economics Department, University of New Hampshire, March 2 and March 9, 1987 (two sessions were devoted to my paper).

 

"Bad Apple: Reflections on Elster," to the Radical Philosophy Association, Eastern Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Boston, December 28, 1986.

 

"On the Exploitation of Corn: A Defense of Marx's 'Transcendental' Argument" to the Northern New England Philosophical Association, Portland, Maine, October 18, 1986.

   

"Through a Glass Darkly: Socialist Visions in a Conservative Time," to the Left Court Forum, Chicago, May 8, 1986.

 

"Marx and Market Socialism: A Reply to Arnold," to the Central Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, St. Louis, May 2, 1986.

 

"The Philippines: the Martial Law Years," to the Philippine Support Committee, Chicago, April 13, 1986.

 

"Is Capitalism to Blame for Unemployment," a public lecture, one of six in the series, "Is Technology Good for Workers?"  cosponsored by GTE and the Department of Philosophy, Indiana University‑Purdue University, Indianapolis, April 3, 1986.

 

"On Montonero Terrorism: A Comment on Hodges," to the North American Society for the Study of Social Philosophy, Eastern Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Washington D.C., December 30, 1985.

 

"On Becoming a Man ‑‑ On Becoming a Feminist," to a class on Women's Studies, University of New Hampshire, October 14, 1985.

 

"Marxism, Feminism, Habermas and Truth (with a Nod to Richard Rorty" to the Department of Philosophy, Miami University of Ohio, February 22, 1985.

 

"Unequal Exchange: Roemer and Emmanuel" to the Columbia Seminar on the Political Economy of War and Peace, Columbia University, February 21, 1985.

 

"Division of Labor, the Market, and Meaningful Work: A Comment on Arneson," to the Eastern Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, New York, December 29, 1984.

 

"Why Marxism in Latin America?" to the Society for the Study of Iberian and Latin American Thought, Eastern Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, New York, December 29, 1984.

 

"Plant Relocations: A Philosophical Reflection," to the Radical Philosophy Association, Eastern Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, New York, December 29, 1984.

 

"The Morality and Politics of Unequal Exchange," to the Department of Philosophy, University of New Hampshire, December 14, 1984.

 

"Unequal Exchange: Roemer and Emmanuel" to the Political Economy Workshop, University of New Hampshire, November 6, 1984.

 

"Why Marxism in Latin America?" to the Political Economy Workshop, University of New Hampshire, October 2, 1984.

 

"What is Exploitation? A Comment on Sensat" to the Western Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Cincinnati, April 28, 1984.

 

"Marxism, Feminism, Habermas and Truth (with a Nod to Richard Rorty" to the Radical Philosophy Association, Eastern Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Boston, December 28, 1983.

 

"Plant Relocations: A Philosophical Reflection," to the Seminar on Contemporary Social and Political Thought, University of Chicago, November 17, 1983.

 

"Marxism, Life and Death," to the Conference on Marxism Philosophy, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, May 1, 1983.

 

"On Capitalism or Worker Control?" to a class on Futurology and Marxism, C.W. Post College, April 28, 1983.

 

"Is There an Answer to Plant Closings?" to the Political Economy Workshop, University of New Hampshire, April 19, 1983.

 

"How I Became a Feminist," to the Women's Studies Forum, University of New Hampshire, April 12, 1983.

 

"On Capitalism or Worker Control?" to a class on Political Philosophy, Worchester Polytechnic Institute, March 7, 1983.

 

"On the Optimal Structure of a Socialist Economy," to the Department of Economics, University of the Philippines, January 13, 1983.

 

"Why are Men Such Beasts?" to the Women's Studies Forum, University of New Hampshire, November 18, 1982.

 

"Is There a Viable Socialism?" to the Political Economy Workshop, University of New Hampshire, October 5, 1982.

 

"On Robert Paul Wolff's Transcendental Interpretation of Marx's Labor Theory of Value," to the Western Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Columbus, May 1, 1982.

 

"Is There a Viable Socialism?" to the Department of Economics, DePaul University, January 28, 1982.

 

"Capitalism or Socialism? Some Issues and an Answer" to the Great Expectations Philosophical Forum, Evanston, May 12, 1981.

 

"Worker‑Control: An Overview," at a symposium on my book, Capitalism or Worker Control? sponsored by the Radical Caucus of the American Philosophical Association, Western Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Milwaukee, April 23, 1981.

 

"Models of Socialism and a Defense of Worker Control," to the Program on Participation and Labor‑Managed Systems, Cornell University, April 17, 1981.

 

"Is the Human Person Infinite: A Marxist View," to the American Catholic Philosophical Association, St. Louis, April 15, 1981.

 

"On the Fundamental Question of Political Philosophy" to the Department of Philosophy, University of New Hampshire, March 12, 1981.

 

"On Michael Goldman's Concept of Poverty," to the Western Divison Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, Denver, April 12, 1979.

 

"The Morality of Profit," to the Symposium on Business Ethics, Loyola University, Chicago, April 1977.

 

"Capitalism and Work: Some Utilitarian Considerations," to the Illinois Philosophical Association, Chicago, November, 1976.

 

"Worker‑Controlled Socialism: A Blueprint and a Defense" to the Conference on Marxist Philosophy, Harvard University, October 1976.

 

Interviews, Consultations and Miscellaneous Scholarly Activities

 

            "Economic Democracy: An Interview with  David Schweickart," by Thad Williamson, Dollars and Sense, November-December 2005, pp.   [Interview conducted March 4, 2005]

 

Thirty-minute interview by Marc Stern about Economic Democracy for his radio show, "Radio with a View, on WMBR, Cambridge, MA 88.1 FM (MIT), February 19, 2005.

 

Interviewed by Prof. Song Mengrong of the Liaonang Provincial College of Politics and Economics, Shenyang, China, October 12, 19, 2004.  Interview published in Foreign Theoretical Trends no. 1 (2005): 18-22 [In Chinese]

 

            Hosted Prof. Song Mengrong of the Liaonang Provincial College of Politics and Economics, Shenyang, China, as a Visiting Scholar, working with me on "Western Conceptions of Market Socialism," June-December, 2004.

 

Introduction to Marx's "Estranged Labor," posted on the On-Line Social Justice Reader website, sba.luc.edu/wtministry/justreadings/pdf, February 2004.

 

            Interviewed by Ouyang Kang, Director of the Institute of Philosophy, Huazhong University of Science and Technology for the  Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Edition for the Humanities and Social Sciences, on Marxism and contemporary capitalism, 6/27/03. 

 

Interview in the journal Negah translated into Farsi, appeared April, 2003.

 

Guest on Ken Knisely's television series, "No Dogs or Philosophers Allowed" (with D. H. Hazlitt and Ron Duska); session taped January 27, 2003.

 

Interviewed by Clayton Morgareidge for his "Old Mole News Hour" about After Capitalism,  Portland, Oregon, October 7, 2002..

 

Interviewed by Doug Henwood about market socialism, Radio WBAI, New York, April 8, 1999.

 

Interviewed by Clayton Morgareidge for his "Old Mole News Hour" about capitalism and the environment; Portland, Oregon, March 1, 1999.

 

Participated in a one-hour debate on market socialism, hosted by Susie Weissman for Pacifica Radio, KPFK, Los Angeles, October 9, 1998.

 

Appeared with Lauren Langman on the one-hour WBEZ radio show, Odyssey, hosted by Gretchen Helfrich, devoted to the 150th Anniversary of the Communist Manifesto, September 9, 1998.

 

One hour on-camera interview by Saul Landau for the television and radio series, "Hot Talk," produced by California State Polytechnical University at Pomona, Pomona, CA, March 13, 1998.

 

Interviewed by La Vanguarardia (Spain); interview appeared March 6, 1998

 

Interviewed by Pepe Trivez for Vida Nueva (Spain); interview appeared February 7, 1998.

 

Interviewed by Manel Manchon for El Mundo (Spain); interview appeared February 2, 1998.

 

Interviewed by El País Vasco (Spain); interview appeared January 19, 1998.

 

Interviewed by the Dubuque local television network on the possible buyout of a local meat-processing plant by a multinational concern, November 17, 1995. 

 

Interviewed by Kathy Berstrom for the Dubuque Telegraph-Herald on capitalism and worker layoffs, printed November 18, 1995.

 

One-hour interview on "Live from the Heartland," WLUW, October 21, 1995

 

Interviewed for a WLUW documentary on Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir, broadcast June 17, 1994

 

Interviewed for a WLUW documentary on Haymarket, broadcast May 1, 1994

 

 

Honors and Awards:

 

Awarded Research Leave, full-year, half-pay, 2005-06

 

Named "Professor of the Game," Loyola vs. Cleveland State basketball, February 26, 2004.

 

Voted Faculty-Member-of-the-Year, 1998-99, by the Loyola University Faculty Council.

 

Invited to attend and make a presentation to the conference, "La question du socialisme aujourd'hui," Paris, October 3-4, 1997, organized by the journal Actuel Marx.  Expenses would be paid.  Declined because of other commitments.

 

Awarded a full-year leave with half-pay by Loyola University for the academic year 1997-98.

 

Awarded a Loyola Summer Stipend (for 1997) [Declined to accept year leave]

 

Awarded a Loyola Mellon Summer (1994) Grant ($6000) to develop, with a colleague in the Department of Biology, an interdisciplinary, team-taught course, "The Philosophy and Biology of Race and Sex"

 

Awarded a full-year leave with half-pay by Loyola University for the academic year 1990-91.

 

Awarded Loyola Endowment for the Humanities Faculty Development Stipend for the Summer of 1989 ($5000).

 

Awarded a Research Stimulation Fund Award for Calendar Year 1989 ($200).

 

Nominated as Best Teacher, 1985‑86, Loyola University (one of sixteen nominees, only representative of the Philosophy Department; for reasons unknown, no finalist selected).

 

Nominated as a possible fellow to the Stanford Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, April 1985.

 

Elected to the Editorial Board of the Review of Radical Political Economics for a three‑year term, August 1984.

 

Awarded an NEH Summer Seminar Fellowship for the summer of 1984; declined for personal reasons.

 

Invited participant in the Seminar on Contemporary Social and Political Thought, University of Chicago, Fall 1983‑‑Spring 1990

 

One of twenty‑five invited participants to the conference, "Corporate Structure and Workers' Participation: The German Experience," sponsored by the Yale University School of Law, February 18‑19, 1983.

 

Awarded a full-year leave with half-pay by Loyola University for the academic year 1982-83.

 

Invited to apply for a Russell Sage Foundation Fellowship for 1982‑83. Application is by invitation only, extended to "scholars who have already demonstrated capacity for high‑quality work."  Declined because of other commitments.

 

My book, Capitalism or Worker Control?, selected by Choice as an "Outstanding Academic Book, 1981‑82."

 

Awarded a Loyola University Summer Research Grant, 1978

 

Selected as one of two Loyola junior faculty nominees for an NEH Summer Research Grant, 1978.  

 

Professional Activities:

 

A. Manuscripts Reviewed:

 

1. For Economics and Philosophy, 1991 (1 ms.), 1990 (1 ms.), 1988 (2 ms.), 1987 (1 ms.), 1984 (1 ms.)

 

2. For The Review of Radical Political Economics, 1988 (1 ms.), 1987 (6 mss.), 1986 (9 mss.), 1985 (8 mss.), 1984 (4 mss.)

 

3. For The Canadian Journal of Philosophy, 1992 (2 mss.), 1991 (1 ms.), 1990 (1 ms.), 1987 (1 ms.), 1986 (1 ms.)

 

4. For Ethics, 1983 (1 ms.)

 

5. For The Journal of Philosophical Research, 1990 (1 ms.)

 

6. For Princeton University Press, 1985 (book ms.)

 

7. For Peter Lang Publishers, 1989 (book ms.)

 

8. For Westview Press, 1993 (book proposal), 1990 (2 book mss.)

 

9. For National Women's Studies Association Journal, 2005 (1 ms), 1997 (1 ms.), 1994 (1 ms.)

            -- "The Dangers of Unilateralism" [Charlene Seigfried] (2005)

 

10. For Propaganda Review, 1994 (1 ms.)

 

11. For Rowman and Littlefield, 1998 (book ms.--Michael Howard)

 

12. For Business Ethics Quarterly, 2004 (2 mss), 2003 (1 ms), 2002 (1 ms)

--"Rawlsian Justice and Workplace Republicanism" (2004)

                        --"Positive Deviancy and Global Labor Practices" (2004)

 

13. For Blackwell Publishers, Andrew Levine's book proposal, Key Political Words: A View from the Left, (2005)

 

B. Positions Held in Professional Organizations: 

 

Member of the Organizing Committee for the 4rd Biannual Radical Philosophy Conference, Loyola University Chicago University, November, 2000.

 

Member of the Organizing Committee for the 11th Conference of North American and Cuban Philosophers, Havana, June 9-26, 1999; in charge of reviewing all submitted papers

 

Member of the Program Committee for the 3rd Radical Philosophy Conference, San Francisco State University, November 5-8, 1998.

 

Member of the Organizing Committee for the 10th Conference of North American and Cuban Philosophers, Havana, June 12-26, 1998; in charge of reviewing all submitted papers

 

Member of the Organizing Committee for the 8th Conference of North American and Cuban Philosophers, Havana, June 7-21, 1996; in charge of reviewing all submitted papers

 

Member of the Organizing Committee for the 6th Conference of North American and Cuban Philosophers, Havana, June 10-24, 1994.

 

Member of the Organizing Committee for the Midwest Radical Scholars and Activists Conference, Loyola University, October 29-31, 1993.

 

Member of the Organizing Committee for the 5th Conference of North American and Cuban Philosophers, Havana, June 18-July 7, 1993.

 

Member of the Organizing Committee for the 4th Conference of North American and Cuban Philosophers, Havana, June 1-14, 1992.

 

Member of the Organizing Committee for the 3rd Conference of North American and Cuban Philosophers, Havana, May 24-June 4, 1991.

 

Member of the Organizing Committee for the Radical Scholars Midwest Conference, Loyola University, October 1990.

 

Member of the National Steering Committee, Radical Philosophy Association, 1986‑87.

 

Program Coordinator, Central Division Meeting of the Radical Philosophy Association, Chicago, April 29‑May 1, 1987.

 

Program Coordinator, Western Division Meeting of the Radical Philosophy Association, St. Louis, May 1‑2, 1986.

 

Program Coordinator, Western Division Meeting of the Radical Philosophy Association, Chicago, April 28‑29, 1985.

 

Member of the Editorial Board, Review of Radical Political Economics, 1984‑87.

 

C. Outside Evaluator for Promotion and Tenure Cases:

 

1. To Full Professor, Philosophy Department, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, 1984. [Frederic Bender]

 

2. To Full Professor, Philosophy Department, University of Toronto, December 1985; [Frank Cunningham]

 

3. To Associate Professor with Tenure, Philosophy Department, University of Maine at Orono, October, 1986; [Michael Howard]

 

4. To Full Professor, Philosophy Department, University of Wisconsin--Milwaukee, November, 1989; [Carl Hedman]

 

5. To Associate Professor with Tenure, Philosophy Department, University of Illinois, Chicago, September 1992. [Charles Mills].

 

6. To Associate Professor with Tenure, Philosophy Department, Florida International University, October, 1993. [Paul Warren]

 

7. To Associate Professor with Tenure, University of Texas at El Paso, October 1996. [Steve Best]

 

8. To Associate Professor with Tenure, University of Texas at El Paso, August 1998. [Steve Best]

 

9. To Full Professor, Kent State University, October 1998. [Norman Fischer]

 

10. To Full Professor, University of Maine at Orono, August, 1999; [Michael Howard]

 

11. To Full Professor, Seattle University, August 2002 [Olfemi Taiwo]

 

D. Conducted Workshop on Political-Philosophical Writing, Shimer College, Waukeegan, IL October 28, 1989

 

Departmental and University Service (Partial Listing):

 

Faculty Advisor for the Loyola Graduate Student Conference, to be held Spring 2006

 

Member of the planning committee for a Conference on Social Justice, to be held under the auspices of the Center for Ethics and Social Justice (Fall 2004)

 

Member of a committee to develop an MA in Social Justice for the Institute of Pastoral Studies, to begin Summer, 2005 (Robert Ludwig, Chair)  (Fall, 2004)

 

Elected member of the Philosophy Department Market-Equity Raise Committee (Spring, 2004)

 

Member of the University Budget Committee, (2002-2005)

 

Humanities Division Representative to the Faculty Council, (2000-present)

Chair, Elections Committee (2000-01)

Chair, Committee on Administrative Policy and Services (2001-02)

Chair, Elections Committee, 2002-03

Chair, Elections Committee, 2004-05

Developed an outline for a Loyola sabbatical policy, which was endorsed by Faculty Council  (17-1-2) [Spring 2005]

Developed a proposal for incorporating Faculty Council into the new Shared Governance system, endorsed by Faculty Council (22-0) [Spring 2005]

Revised the proposal for incorporating Faculty Council into the new Shared Governance system, endorsed by Faculty Council (18-0) [Fall 2005]

 

Chair, Rank and Tenure Committee (2000-present)

 

Member: Board of Trustees Advancement Committee (2003)

 

Graduate Committee on Admissions and Awards (1988‑90) (2001-2005)

 

One of three co-directors of the Social Philosophy MA Program (Fall 2003--present)

 

Member: Core Curriculum Committee (Fall 2003--present)

 

Advocate: Promotion and Tenure (1989) [Ingram], Full Professor (1992) [Ingram], Promotion and Tenure (2001) [Huntington]

 

Department Self-Assessment Committee (1998-99)

 

Hartnett Report Committee (Fall 1998)

 

Department Executive Committee (1998-99)

 

Graduate Program Advisory Committee (1998-99)

 

African-American Student Mentoring Program (1995-7)

 

Reviewed proposal for a new graduate course in Political Science (Feb. 1997)

 

Curriculum Committee of Women's Studies Program (1996-97)

 

Hiring Committee (1996-97, 1988‑90, 1984‑86)

 

Assistant Department Chair (1991-94)

 

Inside Reviewer for a Promotion to Full Professor Case (1992) [Ingram]

 

Inside Reviewer for Promotion and Tenure Case (1994) [Taiwo]

 

Rank and Tenure Review Committee (1988‑89), (1991-92)

 

Member, Dean's Committee for the Schmitt Chair (1990)

 

Co-Director, Continental Program (1989-90)

 

Advisory Committee to the Chair (1986)

 

Department Representative to the Academic Council (1984‑86)

 

Director of the Graduate Program (1981‑82)

 

Dissertations Directed:

 

David Gandolfo, Human Essence, History and Liberation: Karl Marx and Ignacio Ellacuria on Being Human Loyola University Chicago (2003)

 

Carmela Epright: Theory, Antitheory and the Self: The Moral Agent in Impartialism, Contextualism and Ambiguity, Loyola University Chicago, (1999).

 

Ann Dolinko, Performing the Self: Subjectivity, Feminist Theory, and Political Praxis, Loyola University Chicago (1996).

 

Paul Otubusin, Exploitation, Unequal Exchange and Dependency: A Philosophical Analysis, Loyola University of Chicago (1986).

 

Recent Teaching-Related Service:

 

Instructor in the Jesuit Scholastic Social Analysis program, meeting twice per semester to discuss selected readings.  Fall 2003, Fall 2004, Fall 2005.

 

Reader and examiner for Margaret Jantzen's Honor's Thesis, "Does Millsian Liberty Justify Laissez-Faire Capitalism?," May 10, 2005.

 

Reader and examiner for John Mulreany's integrative seminar paper, "Undomumented Immigration and Global Justice," May 10, 2005.

 

Reader and examiner for Erik Gardiner's dissertation proposal, "Modernity's Kantian Highest Good, the Problem of Moral Motivation, and Marcuse's Aesthetic Solution," (dir. David Ingram), August 11, 2004.

 

Reader and examiner for Shannon Shea's Ph.D. dissertation, , (dir. Thomas Wren)  successfully defended, July 28, 2004.

 

Supervisor of Alfredo (Riko) Magsaysay-Rosete' Mulcahy Award, for research on "Market Socialism with Chinese Characteristics: The Ethical Foundations," 2004-05..

 

Reader and examiner for George Collins' integrative seminar paper, April 16, 2004.

 

Reader and examiner for Derrick Weingartner's integrative seminar paper, April 16, 2004.

 

Reader and examiner for James Twine's MA Thesis, "Too Much Choice?" April 14, 2004.

 

Reader and examiner for Christina Perez's dissertation, "Caring for Them from Birth to Death: The Ethics, Values, Ideologies and Practices of Cuban Medicine" (dir. Judith Wittner), April 1, 2004.

 

Prepared and Administered Ph.D. Examination in Philosophy for Modest Odama, School of Education, March 2004.

 

Directed readings on Marx and Schweickart with Bridget Baker, Spring 2004.

 

Directed readings on Ethics and Society (Ethical Issues: Globalization), Sonja Soloman, Spring 2004

 

Conducted a Adistance learning@class, Phil 282, with Charity Ryerson, serving six months in a Federal Prison for her activities in conjunction with the School of the Americas protest in November. (Received full support from the Dean=s Office.) Fall, 2003.

 

Teaching Fellow Mentor: (2002-03) [Kristi Sweet], (2003-04) [Marjolein Oele], (2004-05) [Jason Barrett]

 

Directed Reading with Brian Lisle, Jean-Paul Sartre, Being and Nothingness, Fall 2003

 

Served on the Dissertation Proposal Examination Committee for Brendan Janis's "Collective Moral Responsibility," July 14, 2003.

 

Directed Readings with Melissa Manuselis on Marx's Concept of Man and Erich Fromm's Escape from Freedom, Summer 2003

 

Reader and examiner for Michael Christiani's integrative seminar paper, April 2003.

 

Served on the Dissertation Proposal Examination Committee for Heather McGee, "Nietzsche's Hierarchy: The Ideal of the Strong Pessimist," December 13, 2002

 

Served on the Dissertation Proposal Examination Committee for Stefano Giacchetti, "Will and Domination in Schopenhauer, Nietzsche and Adorno," December 11, 2002

 

Supervisor of Dan Magers' Mulcahy Award, for research on the politics and ethics of the Mondragon experiment, 2002-03.

 

Directed Readings with Dan Magers on Marx, Spring, 2002.

 

Served on the Dissertation Proposal Examination Committee for Craig Greenman, December 3, 2001.

 

Served on the Dissertation Proposal Examination Committee for Christina Perez, Department of Sociology, April 4, 2001.  Proposal entitled AMaking History at the Local Level: A Case Study of the Cuban Family Doctor Program.  Judith Wittner will direct the dissertation.  I will be a reader, along with Richard Dello Buono, Dominican University, and Renny Golden, Northeastern Illinois University.

 

Supervisor of Tom McGettrick's Mulcahy Award, for research on the philosophical foundations of the anti-globalization movement, 2000-01.

 

Reader and examiner for Kory Schaff, M.A. Thesis, "Hegel's Economic Thought" (Spring 1999)

 

Reader and examiner for Joseph Kirkland's Honor's Thesis, "Critically Critical Theory," May 12, 1999.

 

Directed Reading with Joseph Kirkland on social-political philosophy, Spring 1999.

 

Reader and examiner for Virginia de Oliveira-Alves's dissertation, "  " defended March 29, 1999.

 

Reader and examiner for Jeremiah Lynch's Integrative Seminar paper, "An Analysis of the 1993-1996 Flight of the Cuban Boat Refugees," May 1, 1997

 

Reader and examiner for James Caime's Integrative Seminar paper, "Seek and Ye Shall Find: Some Epistemological Aspects of Religious Conversion: The RCIA at St. Ignatius Parish," May 1, 1997

 

Directed Reading on Existentialism and Violence with Sarah Pedersen, (Generations Fund Undergraduate Award), (Fall 1996)

 

Organized pizza party for viewing the documentary, "Simone de Beauvoir" (Fall 1996)

 

Directed Reading on sociobiology with David Gandolfo (Spring 1996)

 

Directed reading in contemporary philosophy with Brian Hanson (Spring 1995)

 

Directed reading in non-principled ethics with Carmela Epright (Spring 1994)

 

Discussant for Mark Morley's Integrative Seminar Final Paper (Spring 1994)

 

M.A. Exam Committee for Rob McGuire (Spring 1994)

 

Teaching Fellow Advisor for Carmela Epright (1993-4)

 

Organized pizza party with a viewing of "Sartre By Himself" (Fall 1993)

 

Recent Responses to My Work:

 

Reviews of Against Capitalism:

 

Global Times (Mar. 12, 1994), B.H.

Kyklos (v. 47, fasc. 4, 1994: 625-6) Georges Bernard

The Economic Journal (Jan. 1995: 230-2), Keith Cowling

Review of Radical Political Economics (Mar. 1995: 135-8), Rhon Baiman

Slavonic and Eastern European Review (April 1995:381-2), David McLellan

The Month (May 1995: 190-1), Peter Burns, S.J.

Radical Philosophy (Aug. 1995: 34-6), Marcus Roberts

Ethics (Oct. 1995: 202-204), Roger Gottlieb

Radical Philosophy Review of Books, Number 11-12, 1995:

 

Symposium on Against Capitalism (pp. 1-67):

 

Michael Howard, "Market Socialism and the International Mobility of Capital"

Justin Schwartz, "If Market Socialism Is So Great, Why Doesn't It Exist?"

Charles Mills, "Economic Democracy and Market Socialism"

Richard Schmitt, "Democracy and Market Socialism"

Ronald Aronson, "David Schweickart's Left-Over Marxism"

Patricia Mann, "The Insufficiency of Economic Critique for Political Struggle"

Frank Thompson, "Enterprise and Personal Finance in Schweickart's Economic Democracy"

David Schweickart, "Friendly Critics, Critical Issues: A Reply"

 

Business Ethics Quarterly (January 1996: 123-30), David Shiner

Canadian Philosophical Review (October 1995: 354-6), Darrell Moellendorf

Theoria (South Africa) #86 (October 1995: 131-50)), "Visions of the Future, Critique of the Present: David Schweickart's Case Against Capitalism," review essay by Martin Wittenberg

Economics and Philosophy 12 (April 1996: 108-13), Milton Fisk

Choice (October 1996: 331), M. Perelman

Foreign Affairs (Nov/Dec 1996: 145), Francis Fukuyama

International Studies in Philosophy (29/1, 1997:148-9), Tony Smith

What Comes Next? (1997, pp. 57-61 by Thad Williamson

Future Survey 19:7 (July 1997), pp. 14-15

La Cronica (Nov. 10, 1997) by Anna Barcells


Fraternizar (Portugal) (January 1998)

Le Monde Diplomatique (Ed. Español) (February 1998), by González Faus

Noticias Obreras 211/1 (March 3, 1998), p. 41 by Mercedes Homs

Iglesia Viva (April 1998), pp. 143-44 by Gonzales Faus

Sal Terra (April 1998), pp. 352-54 by Rafael Diaz-Salazar

 

Reviews of Market Socialism: The Debate Among Socialists

 

            Peter Kennedy, "Market Socialism as Market Fetishism," Critique

            James Yunker, Journal of Comparative Economics v26 (1998): 829-832

 

Reviews of After Capitalism:

 

Bruno Jossa, "Schweickart and Economic Democracy, "Review of Radical Political Economics, (Fall 2004): 546-561

            Barry Padgeant, "After Dot.com, After Worldcom, After Enron, After Capitalism," Business Ethics Quarterly, v15, n2 (2005): 329-340

            James Devine, Science and Society (April 2005): 253-61

            Andrew Levine, Ethics (April 2005): 620-25.

 

Honors Thesis by Gabriel Loeb, Economics, Univ. of Michigan,  "Filling the Gaps in Economic Democracy" (April 1995)--devoted to my work

 

Teaching Expertise:  

 

Courses taught at Graduate Level (Partial listing):

 

Habermas and Marx (with David Ingram)

Hegel and Marx (with Ardis Collins)

Marxism

Ethics and Economic Justice

Globalization and Ethics (with Thomas Wren)

Philosophy, Economics and Social Justice

Contemporary Continental Political Philosophy

Issues in Left Social and Political Philosophy

Existentialism

Survey of Political Philosophy

 

Courses taught at Undergraduate Level (Partial listing):

 

Philosophy and Human Nature (core)

Social and Political Philosophy (core)

Ethics (core)

Logic (core)

Philosophy of Science (core)

The Philosophy and Biology of Race and Sex (core) [sometimes team-taught with a colleague from the Biology Department]

The Philosophy of Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir

Capitalism, Socialism and Democracy

Continental Philosophy

Marxism

Feminist Philosophy

Seminar in Contemporary Social and Political Philosophy

The Twentieth Century: Crisis and Change [team-taught with colleagues from the History Department and Fine Arts Department]