Posts Tagged ‘ Capitalist Realism ’

Non-Stop Inertia – Precarity and the Workplace, a ‘workers society and Dead Man Working

Nov 20th, 2012 | By

In our culture of short-term work, mobile communications and rolling media it seems we are always on the move; but are we really getting anywhere? Non-Stop Inertia argues that this appearance of restless activity conceals and indeed maintains a deep paralysis of thought and action, and that rather than being unquestionable or inevitable, the environment

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Excerpt from Capitalist Realism by Mark Fisher, published by Zero Books

Sep 19th, 2012 | By

What if you held a protest and everyone came? In the cases of gangster rap and Ellroy, capitalist realism takes the form of a kind of super-identification with capital at its most pitilessly predatory, but this need not be the case. In fact, capitalist realism is very far from precluding a certain anti capitalism. After

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