Pathways to a Post-Capitalist World

Pathways to a Post-Capitalist World: Drawing of a man behind a wall hiding a beautiful and sunny landscape.

Organized around exchange-value, not use-value, the capitalist system is actively and intentionally wasteful, steadily worsening a multi-faceted ecological crisis. Is a post-growth, post-capitalist world conceivable?

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Less is More, by Jason Hickel

Jason Hickel: Less is More

The collapse of the biosphere is engineered by an economic model structured to make profits rather than answering human needs. Reversing this model is a necessity that, moreover, is totally achievable.

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Democracy Incorporated, by Sheldon Wolin

Sheldon S. Wolin

An unprecedented combination of corporate and state power has progressively shaped itself up in the U.S. after WWII, characterized by Sheldon S. Wolin as “Inverted Totalitarianism.” What is behind this concept?

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Who Wants to Be an Economist?

Can humanity thrive without destroying the planet? It all depends on your representation of the economic purpose, says Kate Raworth, an English economist working at Oxford and Cambridge universities.

Can humanity thrive without destroying the planet? It all depends on your representation of the economic purpose, says Kate Raworth, a “renegade economist” working at Oxford and Cambridge universities.

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The Answer to Climate Change is Democracy

Climate change signs the failure of the “free market” ideology. In the transition from old neoliberal individualism to an economy embedded in people and nature’s shared destiny, a new intelligence of democracy is key.

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Revisiting the War on Terror

Putin’s invasion of Ukraine is part of his all-out war on democracy. Yet, deciphering today the “War on Terror” narrative reveals democracy as no more than a PR gimmick for the corporatocratic regime ruling the United States.

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Why Regenerative Economics is the Future

Mechanistic and detached from life’s creative web of interactions, the conventional model of economic development is failing our societies on all counts. What would an organic view of the economy look like?

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