It achieves this primarily by drawing attention to the pervasive nature of alternative economic modes of human organisation within western society. Exploring the key implications for the organisation of everyday work, particularly at the household and community level, an economic future is envisaged in which anarchist modes of organisation flourish.
And for that, I judge it a success. That may well be by design. That could be where we end up. My sense, however, is that we will need something more defined and compelling — an image of the future in the sense of Polakto drive the mobilization.
Their hope is that community mobilization will be enough to drive the movement. I think most readers of this blog would agree with their principles, but I suspect that they might also agree that this is not enough.
Local is good, but not too local folk politics trap. Need big thinking, but also need action plans. Hmmm — Andy Hines Filed Under: After Capitalism Tagged With: He is also speaking, workshopping, and consulting through his firm Hinesight. Hines enjoyed earlier careers as a consulting and organizational futurist.
His goal, he says, is to infect as many change agents as possible with this message. Thus, he has honed a skill set designed to make foresight more actionable in organizations.
In this pursuit, he has authored five books: Teaching about the Future: Guidelines for Strategic Foresight Social Technologies, ; The Basics of Foresight Education. The State of the Art.It is a collection of rival visions and heterodox analysis that can be read as an alternative to the whole liberal litany of administered economies, tax policy recommendations, and half-measures.
The history of government failures to reverse the most dangerous capitalist tendencies is as old as capitalism itself.
|capitalism | Definition, History, & Facts | monstermanfilm.com||It is usual to describe the earliest stages of capitalism as mercantilism, the word denoting the central importance of the merchant overseas traders who rose to prominence in 17th- and A brief treatment of capitalism follows.|
|Anthropological Quarterly||This paper explores the image of Japan's urban public space by focusing on sites underneath the ground, such as subway lines, subterranean transportation hubs, and underground passages. I examine these sites as spaces assigned with collective meanings which reflect not only particular attitudes towards the underground prevailing in Japan, but also shared social aspirations, anxieties, and fantasies.|
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|Marxian Political Economy | Exploring Economics||It sometimes seems that we have so fallen in love with a supreme fallacy that we cannot bear to look at the evidence against it.|
Exploring the key implications for the organisation of everyday work, particularly at the household and community level, an economic future is envisaged in which anarchist modes of organisation flourish. The Microsoft Research Colloquium at Microsoft Research New England focuses on research in the foundational aspects of computer science, mathematics, economics, anthropology, and sociology.
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This article proposes the concept of variegated capitalism as an alternative to the mainstream study of comparative capitalism.
It illustrates its plausibility and potential by analysing the halting development of the European Union's initial integration of six broadly complementary ‘Rhenish’ economies to today's relatively incoherent, crisis-prone variegated capitalist (dis)order.