“there are worlds to be made, forms of life made to grow apart from what reigns, including by salvaging what can be salvaged from the present state of things, and on the other, there is the imperative to attack, to simply destroy the world of capital.”
Capitalism, climate change, and the death of worlds by Stephen Woroniecki Do you remember those childhood TV series where machines come and chew up the earth and the forest creatures […]
I’d like to comment on Edmund Berger’s post on the “ecological” Marx which you can read here. The nub of the issue he raises is summarised in the following: This […]
Below are some thoughts I had while reflecting on a new paper from Katrina Kolozova available here. This passage in particular set off an avalanche of pondering: In order to circumvent the […]
RAY BRASSIER: MARX & PHILOSOPHY The New Centre for Research & Practice – Streamed live on Jan 20, 2018 DESCRIPTION: Marx’s analysis of capital continues to haunt contemporary theoretical discourse. As […]
“The concept of time-space appropriation thus offers a way to define and even quantify asymmetric global flows of resources that are fundamental to the accumulation of physical capital.” ~ Alf […]
An excellent commentary on the insurrectionary possibilities of embracing an antipolitical stance when accommodating technological acceleration. Garton continues to impress.