Tag Archives: political economy
Expanding consumption gives rise to expanding hungers.
Competition simply makes people more competitive.
What you mean is capitalism. If you could only find the courage to admit you hate it.
With all this capital around, how could anything as fantastical as a “worker” exist?
Capitalism also automates, prices, and throws people out of work—murderous gestures, by its own standards.
But it makes them work harder at the stupidest of tasks: making more money.
Critics of the notion of cultural appropriation, strangely, often defend the notion of intellectual property.
Substitute “interests” and “incentives” for “rights” and “duties.”
Ideology: “Free-trade.” Translation: “Economic necessity.”