Books by Takis Fotopoulos


 

 (2016) OUT NOW The New World Order in Action: Globalization, the Brexit revolution and the "Left" (San Diego, Progressive Press, 2016).

 

(2009) The pink revolution in Iran and the "Left" (Special Issue of the International Journal of Inclusive Democracy, Summer 2009)  PDF (2 MB)

 

(2005) The multidimensional crisis and Inclusive Democracy (English translation of the book with the same title published in Greek, Gordios, 2005)  PDF (2.69 MB)

 

(1997) Towards an Inclusive Democracy: The Crisis of the Growth Economy and the Need for a New Liberatory Project (London & NY: Cassell, 1997), paperback ISBN: 978-0304336289, hardcover ISBN: 978-0304336272  PDF (11 MB)

 

Books published in other languages

 

Forthcoming books


 

 COMING SOON >>> (summer 2015) Ukraine: The Attack on Russia and the Eurasian Union (San Diego: Progressive Press)

 

 COMING SOON >>> (autumn 2015) Subjugating The Middle East: Integration into the New World Order, Vol.1: Pseudo Democratization; Vol.2 Engineered Insurrections (San Diego: Progressive Press)

 

 

 

Contributions to other books


 

(2013) Takis Fotopoulos & A. Gezerlis "Hardt & Negri's Empire: A new Communist Manifesto or a reformist Welcome to Neoliberal Globalization?, (extract)  (pp. 232-34) in Karl Marx, The Communist Manifseto, ed by Frederic L. Bender (Second revised edition), (W.W. Norton & Co: New York, 2013). ISBN-13: 978-0393935608

 

(2012) Takis Fotopoulos "From (mis)education to Pedeia," pp. 81-119 in Critical Pedagogy in the new dark ages: challenges and possibilities, ed by Maria Nikolakaki (Peter Lang Publishing, 2012). ISBN-13: 978-1433114274

 

(2010) "Systemic Aspects of Academic Repression in the New World Order" in A.J. Nocella, Steven Best, Peter McLaren (Eds.), Academic Repression: Reflections from the Academic Industrial Complex (Oakland, CA & Edinburgh: AK Press, 2010), 590 p, paperback, ISBN-13:  978-1-904859-98-7. A full version of this essay is published in The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy, Vol. 4,  No. 4 (October 2008).

 

(2010) "The De-growth Utopia: The Incompatibility of De-growth within an Internationalised Market Economy" in Qingzhi Huan (Ed.), Eco-socialism as Politics: Rebuilding the Basis of Our Modern Civilisation (Springer, 1st Edition, 2010, XI), 224 p., Hardcover, ISBN: 978-90-481-3744-2

 

(2009) "Recent Theoretical Developments on the Inclusive Democracy Project" & "Is Inclusive Democracy Feasible and Desirable?" in Global Capitalism and the Demise Of The Left: Renewing Radicalism Through Inclusive Democracy, edited by Steven Best (The International Journal of Inclusive Democracy, Vol. 5, No. 1, special issue winter 2009) 472 pages, PDF file, ISSN 1753-240X

 

(2008) "The State, the Market and (Mis)education" in Education Under the Security State: Defending Public Schools, edited by David A. Gabbard and E. Wayne Ross, Foreword by Peter McLaren (Teachers College Press, July 2008), 304 pages, paperback. ISBN: 0-807-74900-1

 

(2007) "Inclusive Democracy" in Alternative Economies, Alternative Societies, edited by Oliver Ressler & Aneta Szylak, 240 pages (20 pages in color), languages: English and Polish, ISBN 978-83-924665-0-5 (Gdansk: Wyspa Institute of Art, Poland, 2007).

 

(2007) "Inclusive Democracy" in Knowledge & Power in the Global Economy: The Effects of School Reform in a Neoliberal/Neoconservative Age, edited by David Gabbard (Routledge, 2007), 608 pages, paperback ISBN: 978-0-8058-5939-3

 

(2006) "The global 'war' of the transnational elite" in Critical perspectives on globalization, edited by Marina Della Giusta, Uma S. Kambhampati and Robert Hunter Wade (Chelthenham, UK & Norrhampton, MA USA: Edward Elgar publishing, 2006), 688 pages, hardback. ISBN: 978-1-84542-176-2

 

(2004) "The State, the Market and (Mis)education" in Defending Public Schools [Volume I], edited by David A. Gabbard & E. Wayne Ross (Praeger, 2004), 4 volumes, 1.000 pages, hardcover. ISBN: 978-0-275-98295-9

 

(2002) "A Confederal Inclusive Democracy" in Environmentalism: Critical Concepts in the Environment, edited by David Pepper, George Revill and Frank Webster (Routledge, 2002), 2.472 pages, hardcover. ISBN: 978-0-415-20622-8

 

(2001) "What is Inclusive Democracy?" in Routledge Encyclopedia of International Political Economy, edited by Barry Jones (Routledge, 2001), 1,864 pages, hardcover. ISBN: 978-0-415-14532-9

 

(1995) "The crisis of the growth economy, the withering away of the nation-state and the community-based society" in Education, Culture and Modernisation, edited by Peter Alheit et al (Roskilde, Denmark: Adult Education Research Group, Roskilde University Centre, 1995). ISBN: 87-7349-290-6

 

 

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