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Harvey visualizes capital at Oxford

Here’s the video of Harvey’s talk at Oxford a couple of weeks ago, again focusing on his ‘Marx project’ and related adventures in the theory of value. Although his presentations are frequently based on implicit conceptual diagrams it’s relatively rare … Continue reading

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David Harvey, “I’m skeptical about the idea of reforming neoliberalism” 1/4

Due to my workload, I need to break this little project into four pieces. I’ll try to get one published every night and will gather them all together in a few days. As always, comments/corrections are appreciated. David Harvey, Marxist … Continue reading

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Two capitalisms

It’s getting late in the day and I’m writing sentences like these: “So on the one hand there is capitalism taken as a set of potentialities (virtual) and non-totalizable actual relations between the usual suspects: laborers, bosses, bankers, and so … Continue reading

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Universal history of capitalism, or, what the virtual can do 1

Colebrook, “Introduction: Deleuze and History” In Deleuze and History (2009)  “[t]he radical nature of Deleuze’s materialism lies in it capacity to account for the genesis of the virtual, the incorporeal and the eternal in matter” (7). Matter creates virtual, incorporeal, … Continue reading

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