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  • CURRICULUM VITAE Professor Sean Sayers

    PERSONAL DETAILS

    Full Name Sean Philip Sayers

    Date of Birth 27th November, 1942

    Nationality British

    Current positions Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, University of Kent

    Associate Professor of Political Theory, Department of Politics and

    International Relations, Canterbury Christ Church University

    Visiting Professor of Philosophy, Peking University

    Address 66 Havelock Street, Canterbury, Kent CT1 1NP, UK

    Email s.p.sayers@kent.ac.uk

    Web site www.seansayers.com

    AREAS OF SPECIAL INTEREST

    Marx; Hegel; moral and social philosophy; epistemology and metaphysics; history of modern

    philosophy

    EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS

    1986 PhD (Kent) (Examiners: Prof. Roy Edgley, University of Sussex; Prof.

    A.R. Manser, University of Southampton)

    1969 MA (cantab)

    1968-9 Associate student, Tavistock Clinic, London, NW3 (Oxfprd DPhil

    supervisor John Heaton)

    1966 BA (cantab) in Moral Sciences: Class 2.1/1

    1966-9 Postgraduate studies, University College, Oxford (studying for BPhil,

    DPhil, supervisors B.A. Farrell, Dr John Heaton)

    1962-6 Trinity Hall, Cambridge (Natural Sciences, Moral Sciences)

    1955-62 William Ellis School, Highgate, London NW5

    1949-55 St Mary’s Town & Country School, London NW3

    EMPLOYMENT

    2016- Associate Professor of Political Theory, Department of Politics and

    International Relations, Canterbury Christ Church University

    2016- Visiting Professor of Philosophy, Peking University

    mailto:s.p.sayers@kent.ac.uk http://www.seansayers.com/

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    2014 (Autumn) Visiting Professor of Philosophy, Renmin University of China, Beijing

    2014-17 Senior Research Fellow (Political and Social Thought), Centre for

    Critical Thought, University of Kent

    2011 (Autumn) Visiting Professor of Philosophy, Huazhong University of Science and

    Technology, Wuhan

    2009- Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, University of Kent

    2008 (Summer) Distinguished Visiting Professor of Philosophy, Fudan University,

    Shanghai

    2007 (Fall) Visiting Professor of Philosophy, Mount Holyoke College, Mass.

    2005 (Summer) Visiting Professor of Philosophy, Bogazici University, Istanbul

    2004 (Fall) Visiting Professor of Philosophy, Mount Holyoke College, Mass.

    2002-9 Professor of Philosophy, University of Kent

    1993-2002 Reader in Philosophy, University of Kent

    1991 British Council Visiting Scholar, Institute of Philosophy, Chinese

    Academy of Social Sciences, Beijing (April-May)

    1989-93 Senior Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Kent

    1985 Visiting Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Sydney, Australia

    1973-4, 1979-80 Visiting Professor of Philosophy, University of Colorado, Boulder

    1969-89 Lecturer in Philosophy, University of Kent

    1967-8 Supervisor, Moral Sciences Faculty, Cambridge University

    GRANTS AND AWARDS

    2007 British Academy Overseas Conference Grant (Jilin)

    2006 British Academy Overseas Conference Grant (Adelaide)

    2006 Conference grant, Flinders University

    2004 Lipman-Miliband Trust, grant for Marx and Philosophy Society

    2000 Distinguished Book Award, American Sociological Association

    (Marxist sociology section) for Marxism and Human Nature

    1994 Utrecht University, travel and conference grant

    1992 British Academy Overseas Conference Grant (Ischia)

    1991 British Council Travel Award (Hong Kong, China)

    1990 Colyer-Fergusson Award (Germany, Czechoslovakia)

    1988 British Academy Overseas Conference Grant (Paris)

    1979-80 Fullbright Scholarship (USA)

    1966-9 State Studentship

    1965-6 Foundation Scholarship and College Prize, Trinity Hall

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    1963-4 Exhibition in Moral Sciences and College Prize, Trinity Hall

    1962-6 State Scholarship

    PUBLICATIONS

    1. Books

     Marxism, Religion and Ideology: Themes from David McLellan, edited with David Bates, Iain MacKensie, Routledge, Abingdon and New York, 2015 (ISBN 9781138850613 hb,

    9780815370390 pb)

     Marx and Alienation: Essays on Hegelian Themes. Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke and New York, 2011. (ISBN 9781137379856 hb; 2013 pb: 9780230276543) Shortlisted for

    the Isaac and Tamara Deutscher Prize 2012.

     Plato's Republic: An Introduction. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1999 (ISBN 0 7486 1188 6)

    o Korean translation Johann Kim, Seo-Kwang-Sa Publishers, Seoul (2008) (with a Preface for the Korean edition). (ISBN 978 89 306 0625 7)

    o Greek translation by Christos Kefalis. Topos Editions, Athens, 2015 (With a Preface for the Greek edition). (ISBN 9789604991297)

     Marxism and Human Nature. London and New York: Routledge, 1998 (ISBN 0 415 19147 5); paperback edition 2007 (ISBN 0 415 44902 2). Distinguished Book Award,

    American Sociological Association, Marxist sociology section, 2000.

    o Turkish translation Şükrü Aşpagut, Yordam Kitap, Istanbul (2009) (with a Preface for the Turkish edition) (ISBN 9789944122474)

    o Chinese translation Feng Yanli, Oriental Press, Beijing, 2008 (with a Preface for the Chinese edition) (ISBN 978-7-5060-2490-7)

     Socialism and Democracy, edited with David McLellan. London: Macmillan, 1991 (ISBN 0 333 53555 3 hb, 0333 53556 1 pb)

    o Japanese translation Masatoshi Yoshida, Tokyo: Bunrikaku Publishers, 1996 (ISBN 4 89259 260 9)

     Socialism, Feminism and Philosophy: A Radical Philosophy Reader, edited with Peter Osborne. London and New York: Routledge, 1990 (ISBN 0 415 05627 6 hb, 0 415 05628

    4 pb)

     Socialism and Morality, edited with David McLellan. London: Macmillan, 1990 (ISBN 0 333 48326 X hb, 0 333 49665 5 pb)

     Reality and Reason. Dialectic and the Theory of Knowledge. Oxford and New York: Basil Blackwell, 1985 (ISBN 0 631 14022 0 hb, 0 631 14274 6 pb)

    o Korean translation Sang-Heon Ahn, Chungbuk: Chungbuk National University, 1998

     Hegel, Marx and Dialectic: A Debate (with Richard Norman). Brighton: The Harvester Press, and Atlantic Highlands, NJ: Humanities Press, 1980 (ISBN 0 85527 856 0 hb, 0

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    85527 448 4 pb); Aldershot and Brookfield VT: Gregg Revivals, 1994 (ISBN 0 7512

    0219 3)

    o Korean translation Sang-Heon Ahn, 1990

    2. Editing

     Marx and Philosophy Review of Books, Founder and Editor (2010- ) (ISSN 2042-2016)

     Radical Philosophy, Co-founder of and member of editorial board (1972-2001)

    o Book Reviews Editor, Radical Philosophy (1993-8)

    o Issue editor, Radical Philosophy 1-5, 47

    3. Articles

     `Reflections on the Centenary of the Russian Revolution’, International Critical Thought, 2018: 1-9 (ISSN 2159-8282)

     `The Idea of Communism’, in Jan Kandiyali ed., Reassessing Marx’s Social and Political Philosophy: Freedom, Recognition and Human Flourishing, Routledge,

    Abingdon and New York, 2018: 261-271

     `Introduzione’, In Antonio Senta, Luigi Galleani, Nova Delphi, Roma, 2018

     `The Idea of Communism’ (Chinese trans. Qu Xuan) Xin Hua Wen Zhai [Xinhua Digest], No. 638, 2018 (2), pp.141-144. (ISSN 1001-6651)

     `The Idea of Communism’ (Chinese trans. Qu Xuan), Marxism and Reality, No. 150, vol. 2017 (5): pp. 73-78. (ISSN 1004-5961)

     `The Idea of Communism’ (Russian trans. Petr Kondrashov), Scientific Yearbook of the Institute of Philosophy and Law, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of

    Sciences, vol. 17, no. 1, 2017: pp. 7-20

     'Alienation.' In Routledge Handbook of Marxian Economics. Eds. David M. Brennan, David Kristjanson-Gural and Catherine P. Mulder. New York: Routledge, 2017. Pp.

    135-43 (ISBN 9781138774933)

     `Immaterial labor and the information economy: reply [to Kaan Kangal]’, Science & Society, vol. 81 no. 1 (January 2017), pp. 133-6 (ISSN: 0036-8237)

     'Alienation as a Critical Concept.' Proceedings of the First World Congress of Marxism, Volume 2. Beijing, 2016. Pp. 824-55. ISBN 9787010167053

     `Marx as an ethical thinker’, Marxism and reality [CCTB Beijing], Chinese translation Huang Dongbo, vol. 2016 no. 4: pp. 77-85. (ISSN 1004-5961)

     `Luigi Galleani: “The most dangerous anarchist in America”’, trans. From Italian of A. Soto by Pietro Casati: Theory without Borders

    (https://theorywithoutborders.wordpress.com/2016/06/05/luigi-galleani-the-most-

    dangerous-anarchist-in-america/)

     `Luigi Galleani: “L’anarchico più pericoloso d’America”’, trans. A. Soto [Antonio Senta], Umanità Nova, 2 June 2016

    https://theorywithoutborders.wordpress.com/2016/06/05/luigi-galleani-the-most-dangerous-anarchist-in-america/ https://theorywithoutborders.wordpress.com/2016/06/05/luigi-galleani-the-most-dangerous-anarchist-in-america/

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    (http://www.umanitanova.org/2016/06/02/galleani/) [English text:

    https://www.academia.edu/26538755/Luigi_Galleani_The_most_dangerous_anarchist

    _in_America_]

     `MacIntyre and Modernity', Chinese translation Qu Xuan, in The Review of Practical Philosophy, no. 2, ed. Xu Changfu, Sun Yat-sen University Press, Guangzhou, China

    (2015), pp. 148-167 (ISBN 9787306055873)

     `Marx, Hegel, and the historical method’, Chinese transl