A Critique of Economic Thinking

“Economy is constituted and develops through the annihilation of every non-economic form of life, since for its regular operation economy needs a reduced, well-formed type of human, self-seeking and thus predictable individuals who can be counted on and are accountable

A Critique of Economic Thinking

“Economy is constituted and develops through the annihilation of every non-economic form of life, since for its regular operation economy needs a reduced, well-formed type of human, self-seeking and thus predictable individuals who can be counted on and are accountable

A response to Postcapitalism

The end of capitalism? How do we move beyond capitalism? That’s a good question. Once we move beyond capitalism, where are we? Is it something nebulous called postcapitalism? Can we see postcapitalism today? A new book by Paul Mason tries to

A response to Postcapitalism

The end of capitalism? How do we move beyond capitalism? That’s a good question. Once we move beyond capitalism, where are we? Is it something nebulous called postcapitalism? Can we see postcapitalism today? A new book by Paul Mason tries to

Wild Ecologies: Speculative Anarchism & Guattari’s ‘The Three Ecologies’

Originally posted on synthetic zerø:
Reading Group #1 Speculative Anarchism? an·ar·chism (noun): belief in the abolition of all government and the organization of society on a voluntary, cooperative basis without recourse to force or compulsion. The speculative turn is a phrase…

Wild Ecologies: Speculative Anarchism & Guattari’s ‘The Three Ecologies’

Originally posted on synthetic zerø:
Reading Group #1 Speculative Anarchism? an·ar·chism (noun): belief in the abolition of all government and the organization of society on a voluntary, cooperative basis without recourse to force or compulsion. The speculative turn is a phrase…

CFP: Alternative experiments–spaces of learning and innovation at the grassroots

Originally posted on Path to the Possible:
Call for paper, RGS Annual Conference, Exeter, UK (2 – 4 September, 2015). Alternative experiments: spaces of learning and innovation at the grassroots (sponsored by PERG). Experiments attract a lot of current interest as…

CFP: Alternative experiments–spaces of learning and innovation at the grassroots

Originally posted on Path to the Possible:
Call for paper, RGS Annual Conference, Exeter, UK (2 – 4 September, 2015). Alternative experiments: spaces of learning and innovation at the grassroots (sponsored by PERG). Experiments attract a lot of current interest as…

Losing our Fear! Facing the Anthro-Obscene*

Originally posted on ENTITLE blog – a collaborative writing project on Political Ecology:
It’s useless to wait-for a breakthrough, for the revolution, the nuclear apocalypse or a social movement. To go on waiting is madness. The catastrophe is not coming,…

Losing our Fear! Facing the Anthro-Obscene*

Originally posted on ENTITLE blog – a collaborative writing project on Political Ecology:
It’s useless to wait-for a breakthrough, for the revolution, the nuclear apocalypse or a social movement. To go on waiting is madness. The catastrophe is not coming,…

Low-Wage Legacies, Race, and the Golden Chicken in Mississippi: Where Contemporary Immigration Meets African American Labor History [EXCERPT]

Originally posted on Species and Class:
Authors: Angela Stuesse, University of South Florida and Laura E. Helton, New York University Published: 31 December 2013 “The labor’s here but the jobs don’t want to pay”: Why This History Matters in the…

Low-Wage Legacies, Race, and the Golden Chicken in Mississippi: Where Contemporary Immigration Meets African American Labor History [EXCERPT]

Originally posted on Species and Class:
Authors: Angela Stuesse, University of South Florida and Laura E. Helton, New York University Published: 31 December 2013 “The labor’s here but the jobs don’t want to pay”: Why This History Matters in the…

Industry hides animal cruelty instead of ending it

Originally posted on Species and Class:
By Erik Nicholson and Paul Shapiro Via: The Spokesman-Review Earlier this year at a factory farm that is a member of the Darigold Cooperative in Washington, workers were informed of a new employment policy:…

Industry hides animal cruelty instead of ending it

Originally posted on Species and Class:
By Erik Nicholson and Paul Shapiro Via: The Spokesman-Review Earlier this year at a factory farm that is a member of the Darigold Cooperative in Washington, workers were informed of a new employment policy:…