Capitalocene

Wasting Away: Value, Waste, and Appropriation in the Capitalist World-Ecology

The decisive violence imposed on life by the capitalist mode of production derives from its quest for radical simplification. The dream, the fantasy, the nightmare of capital is its practical desire — practical, yet impossible — for world of interchangeable …

Wasting Away: Value, Waste, and Appropriation in the Capitalist World-Ecology

The Origins of Cheap Nature: From Use-Value to Abstract Social Nature

Modernity’s law of value is an exceedingly peculiar way of organizing life in a civilization. Born in the midst of the rise of capitalism after 1450, the law of value enabled an unprecedented historical transition: from land productivity to labor …

The Origins of Cheap Nature: From Use-Value to Abstract Social Nature

Jason W. Moore und das Kapitalozän: Capitalism in the Web of Life: Ecology and the Accumulation of Capital

In einem Interview zu seinem bei Verso im Jahr 2015 erschienenen Buch „Capitalism in the Web of Life: Ecology and the Accumulation of Capital“ fordert Jason W. Moore dazu auf, endlich den Dualismus, der  Ökonomie und Ökologie als getrennte Bereiche …

Jason W. Moore und das Kapitalozän: Capitalism in the Web of Life: Ecology and the Accumulation of Capital

Capitalism in the Web of Life: an Interview with Jason W. Moore

Partway through Capitalism in the Web of Life, Jason W. Moore provides the imperative for a complete theoretical reworking and synthesis of Marxist, environmental, and feminist thought by asserting: “I think many of us understand intuitively – even if our …

Capitalism in the Web of Life: an Interview with Jason W. Moore

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