making up the 'world' with what we have on hand
I was at this talk a few months ago – quite interesting, and a few ideas in the panel discussion after as well.
amazing in this age of the anthropocene and manufactured economic scarcity to ignore the tie-ins between these sorts of practices and politics writ large.
Totally agree. Did you see this from W. Connolly?
yeah I don’t get the love of Connolly at all, what’s new or constructive about his work?
I don’t think its new per se – what is best about his work is that he follows the logical implications very closely. At times this makes his arguments a bit hard to follow, but at least one knows why he things are complicated – which to me is better than the looser forms of explanation that keep the grab-bag of theorists open to prop up desired conclusions that are not logical. His latest work (Fragility) does an especially nice job of this on economics.
well matters of taste I suppose but I find his logics largely lacking in connections to concrete happenings.
That’s a fair point.
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