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The Great Regression
by Heinrich Geiselberger (editor)

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Geiselberger, H. (2017). The Great Regression. Polity Press.


Polity Press, 2017. 197 pages.

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p.118
hermetic »
(of a seal or closure) complete and airtight
p.113
archaisms »
a thing that is very old or old-fashioned (i.e....
p.186
prosopopoeia »
a figure of speech in which an abstract thing i...
p.29
primitive accumulation »
a economic theory relating to the origin of cap...
p.134
the market remains the reference point
[...] The market remains the reference point fo...
p.128
in order to bring about the impossible
[...] the left was not established so as to hav...
p.128
the audacity of hope
[...] Anyone who comes forward with the implici...
p.126
any attention at all
[...] it is by no means true that these sectors...
p.120
there are always winners and losers
[...] Even if trade and deregulation may produc...

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Symptoms in search of an object and a name

my first time reading anything by him. decent but not super memorable tbh

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Symptoms in search of an object and a name

my first time reading anything by him. decent but not super memorable tbh

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49

From the paradox of liberation to the demise of liberal elites

mostly about Israel but the conclusion is good and general

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From the paradox of liberation to the demise of liberal elites

mostly about Israel but the conclusion is good and general

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Overcoming the fear of freedom

this is decent, but he has a weird claim near the end about bringing back productive industries to the North (of the UK) even if it has a neg impact on GDP in the global south? weird to think of it that way as if it were a competition, and makes the global justice implications murky

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Overcoming the fear of freedom

this is decent, but he has a weird claim near the end about bringing back productive industries to the North (of the UK) even if it has a neg impact on GDP in the global south? weird to think of it that way as if it were a competition, and makes the global justice implications murky

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Dear President Juncker

I assumed this would just be about sortition (a repeat of Against Elections) and it was, but it was surprisingly good too

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Dear President Juncker

I assumed this would just be about sortition (a repeat of Against Elections) and it was, but it was surprisingly good too

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