Issue 4, 1992

Jozef Keulartz, Alwin Hietbrink, Pieter Pekelharing, Jan van Heemst, Cris van der Hoek, J.K.M. Gevers, René Gabriëls, Michiel Korthals, Evert Smit, Kees Neefjes & René Boomkens


Jozef Keulartz

Alwin Hietbrink

Alwin Hietbiink is beutsaal bij de afdeling geschiedenis van de Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen van de Univeisiteit van Amsterdam, Spuistiaat 134, 1012 VB Amsterdam. Email:

Pieter Pekelharing

Pieter Pekelharing used to teach at the University of Amsterdam. He has just retired. With two co-authors he recently published a book on the power of the megacorporation, De macht van de megaonderneming, Van Gennep, 2016, which is currently being translated into Spanish and Portuguese. An English translation is in the making. His current interests are focused on the politics of higher education and the relationship between science and democracy. He is also working on a publication of his lectures on the history of philosophy.

Jan van Heemst

Cris van der Hoek

Cris van der Hoek is o.a. docent media & cultuur en media-ethiek aan. de Hogeschool van Amsterdam., Instituut voor Media en Informatiemanagement. E-mail:

J.K.M. Gevers

René Gabriëls

René Gabriëls is editor of Krisis and works at Maastricht University

Michiel Korthals

Evert Smit

Kees Neefjes

René Boomkens

René Boomkens (1954) is full professor social and cultural philosophy at the University of Groningen. In his research he focusses on the social and cultural philosophy of modernity, interpreted as modern experience, with special attention to the crucial role of the city and of urban culture.