The Internation and Internationalism

In the Anthropocene era, internationalism must become that of an internation, where only an economy of neganthropy can effect this ‘transition’ without sinking into ‘greenwashing’. It is an epistemological affair as well as an economic, juridical and social one – in the sense that it must be conducted with societies and their inhabitants. This is precisely the meaning of what, along with the Institut de recherche et d’innovation and Ars industrialis, we call contributory research and contributory economics – which is not too far from what Jaurés and Mauss considered under the name of cooperativism, and which, like the commons, puts shared and co-developed knowledge at the centre of the economy,

taken from alienocene

Foto: Sylvia John

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