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(noun) a judicial decision or sentence / (noun) a decree in bankruptcy / (verb) to settle judicially / (verb) to act as judge

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For some people, this “balance” means adjudicating between two artificially constructed extremes.

—p.115 by Justin Farrell
3 years ago

My attempt here is not to explore or adjudicate what forms effective resistance to finance might take

—p.176 Resistance (and its Discontents): Finance, Regulation and Cultural Politics (155) by Max Haiven
5 years, 3 months ago

as a term of adjudication, "'value' sidesteps some of the metaphysics that makes pure aesthetics such a headache"

—p.172 His Capital Flush (167) by Jeffrey Severs
6 years, 11 months ago

Stuart himself was unable to adjudicate on the finished draft

from the preface by bill schwarz

—p.xvii missing author
2 years, 9 months ago

‘the economy’ appears as producing inputs for politics, in the form of competing group interests, preferably presenting themselves as functional imperatives of efficient economic management, that need to be politically adjudicated.

—p.202 How to Study Contemporary Capitalism? (201) by Wolfgang Streeck
6 years, 7 months ago

How, then, can we distinguish between technologies that are bound by their limits and technologies whose properties offer potential affordances for a postcapitalist future? There is no a priori way to determine the potentials of a technology, but we can still establish broad parameters to adjudicate on the potentials of a technology, and to apply these in thinking through the specific aspects of individual technologies.

—p.152 A New Common Sense (129) by Alex Williams, Nick Srnicek
6 years, 8 months ago

The adjudication between the rights of labour and the rights of capital over working hours depends on the balance of class forces: 'between equal rights, force decides'

—p.89 Anti-Value: The Theory of Devaluation (72) by David Harvey
6 years, 7 months ago

The initial polarity here is between ideology along Durkheimian lines as a power-enhancing means of solidarity and cohesion in social formations, and ideology as Weberian value-rationality, where there can be no adjudication between ultimate values.

—p.129 Kaleidoscopics of Power (127) by Anders Stephanson
6 years, 8 months ago

the only arena in which “moral and legal” justifications can be adjudicated is a “public sphere” emptied of all effective mechanisms of answerability

—p.82 Chapter 3: Th e Economic Consequences of the Perpetual Peace (65) by Richard Dienst
6 years, 8 months ago