NonPolitics

Exodus

27 Mrz , 2018  

In Bowling Alone, Robert Putnam argued that in the wake of so-called new economy’s emergence civic participation and person-to-person interactions had undergone a precipitous decline, contributing to a loss of ‘social capital’ that in turned frayed the fabric of American democracy. This transformation stretched from the heights of political

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EconoFiction, NonPolitics

The Hermit and the Empire: China after the Collapse of the Developmental Regime

18 Feb , 2018  

Reclusion

When the nomadic armies swept down from the north to conquer the splintering Western Jin dynasty, the upper classes fled across the Yellow River into the southern hinterland of their collapsing empire. In the South, they re-established the imperial court at Jiankang (within present-day Nanjing), decreeing the ascent of ...

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Documentation

The Intelligence of Capital: The Collapse of Politics in Contemporary Society

29 Dez , 2017  

Capital is the intelligence of the world. Capital does not need the nation state, the old mythologies of the sovereignty of nations is giving way to the logics of the Global Empire of Capital. Reactions to this state of affairs across the globe has brought on the crisis and end ...

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