Tag Archives: David Graeber
What an insurrectional moment shows is the return of life to visible social space. The uprising has no existence of its own, if not by an abuse of language. It is meshed with a thousand little stories, the smaller the … Continue reading
… written down, shit does not smell Roland Barth, “L’arbre du crime” What constitutes a “bullshit” job? David Graeber in a now famous essay, “On the Phenonmenon of Bullshit Jobs“(2013), which now finds a second life in book form, … Continue reading
… let radical geography be just that: radical geography, free of any particular “ism”, nothing more, nothing less. David Harvey We have little or no interest in polemics. But differences of perception, thought, forms of life, when they happen or … Continue reading
David Graeber’s essay, On the phenomenon of bullshit jobs, reflects upon the moral-disciplinary role of work in an age when contemporary capitalism renders most work redundant due to technological development and automaisation. We work not because we need to satisfy … Continue reading
We share below an article by David Graeber on Nuit Debout originally published in Le Monde, (12/04/2016) and shared on blog.gmane.org/gmane.culture.internet.nettime.
We share below an essay by David Graeber on a report by the the department of justice of the united states on the Ferguson Police Department, originally published on Gawker (19/03/2015). See also Black Skin White Cops.
Capitalism is an economic-political system of dependency and wage slavery. Debt is one of the system´s instruments for the domestication and domination of human beings. It constrains freedom and creativity, it generates fear, it discplines and shapes, through a … Continue reading