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Altermodernity and Modes of Knowledge

Modernity: Capitalist and Socialist When we speak of a multi-scaled, meshworked subject such as the Marxist proletariat or the post-Autonomist’s “multitude”, we instantly confront ourselves with a host of problems. The first of these is the distribution of these agents … Continue reading

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Learning the Future: Bogdanov, Neurath, and Scientific Socialism

Socialism has had a sort of poor track record as of late when it comes to science and technology. From Stalin’s violent repression of Mendelian genetics (and privileging of the pseudo-science of Trofim Lysenko) to the modern contemporary contingencies of … Continue reading

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the managerial trinity

“…the modern welfare state: a synthesis of Taylorism in the organization of labor, Fordism in the wage regime, and Keynesianism in the macroeconomic regulation of society.” -Michael Hardt and Antonio Negri, Empire, pg. 242 If there is common ground to be … Continue reading

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