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A Journey in Song: reminiscences of a ragged balladeer (part 1 of 3)

Hastings is a treasure trove of musical talent which is accessible most nights of the week, and

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Posted 19:58 Wednesday, Jul 18, 2012 In: SOS
Work makes free: Auschwitz 1945

Work Until You Drop

In this third feature on the topic of work, Sean O’Shea describes the influence of the changing economic and political climate of the eighties, and the

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Posted 19:38 Saturday, Jun 23, 2012 In: SOS
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May Day Post

On Workers’ Day Sean O’Shea reflects on the understanding of work offered by Karl Marx (1818–1883). He describes Marx’s vision of practical humanism, and demonstrates how his

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Posted 11:03 Tuesday, May 1, 2012 In: SOS
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A Short History of Work

Sean O’Shea reflects on the history of work and the changing values attached to it over time. He focuses particularly on ancient times and the

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Posted 09:02 Monday, Apr 23, 2012 In: SOS
Death of Universities

Death of the Universities

Is the modern university a mausoleum or life support machine, has academia become a servant of the status quo, and are the Humanities about to disappear?

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Posted 15:20 Thursday, Apr 12, 2012 In: SOS
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Easter Post – The Man With The Ugly Head

Sean O’Shea shares some reflections on the significance of Easter, the growing intolerance towards religious imagery and the sad fate of

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Posted 13:07 Wednesday, Apr 4, 2012 In: SOS
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Searching Anarchism & Robert Tressell

HOT columnist Sean O’Shea comments on a recent interview with some anarchists undertaken by HOT citizen journalist Nick Terdre.

I was interested to read the

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Posted 11:01 Saturday, Mar 31, 2012 In: SOS
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