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Keywords: The New Language of Capitalism

Patrick Leary, J. (2019). Keywords: The New Language of Capitalism. Haymarket Books.


Haymarket Books, 2019. 265 pages.

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all that technical expertise, and for what
p,,,[ Audaciously taking its name from the shop...
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work as the acquisition of self
[...] Relentlessly busy, visionary, and creativ...
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the contested meaning of neoliberalism
"Noeliberalism" is sometimes used in a similar ...
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an autonomous individual entrepreneur built fro...
[...] Schools like Wework are ultimately invest...
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Raymond Williams on hegemony
[...] "hegemony" shows us how the interests of ...

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he defines it as a "technocratic ideal of justice, limited by the authority and prerogative of the bureaucracies to which one is held accountable"

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he defines it as a "technocratic ideal of justice, limited by the authority and prerogative of the bureaucracies to which one is held accountable"

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without "structural reforms of the economic system", artisanal consumption becomes merely a "niche market for middle-class buyers"

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without "structural reforms of the economic system", artisanal consumption becomes merely a "niche market for middle-class buyers"

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Design

nice critique of design thinking here:

these solutions are unmoored from a political program that might address the inequities that make them necessary in the first place. This is a perspective encouraged by imagining resource problems as design problems. It's a perspective that depoliticizes scarcity, treating it as a technical problem rather than one of resource inequality or exploitation

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Design

nice critique of design thinking here:

these solutions are unmoored from a political program that might address the inequities that make them necessary in the first place. This is a perspective encouraged by imagining resource problems as design problems. It's a perspective that depoliticizes scarcity, treating it as a technical problem rather than one of resource inequality or exploitation

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