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David Harvey, “I’m skeptical about the idea of reforming neoliberalism” 2/4

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. This is part … Continue reading

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Anti-Oedipus: incorrect reference to Nietzsche on the State?

Earlier today I came across a reference in Anti-Oedipus that seems to me to be incorrect so I wanted to see if anyone else had looked into it. Page 182: “They are the founders of the State. Nietzsche will come … Continue reading

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What is resilience?

Originally posted on Open Geography:
Interesting alternatives if not contradictions in understanding “resilience” in recent publications. Stephanie Wakefield & Bruce Braun understand resilience as a Foucauldian dispositif (apparatus): we understand resilience as a mode of governing the ‘ecological’ city. In Resilient…

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