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Techno Feudalism, What Killed Capitalism by Yanis Varoufakis

From Capitalism to Cloudalism: Varoufakis Unravels Techno Feudalism

In his latest work, Techno Feudalism: What Killed Capitalism, Yanis Varoufakis, the distinguished economist and former finance minister of Greece, embarks on a profound exploration of the intricate relationship between technology and society. Published by The Bodley Head in London in 2023, the book delves into the ever-evolving landscape of technology and its far-reaching consequences on the structure of both the economy and society. Varoufakis begins his journey through the book with a captivating blend of personal history and economic theory, weaving a narrative that intertwines the history of capitalism with the author’s own upbringing, particularly the first lessons in

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Is it true that there is no alternative to capitalism? Is capitalism the only possible form of society?

Amelia Horgan, Lost in Work – Escape from Capitalism is an intelligent book which starts from the observation of the state of work in UK to ask fundamental and radical questions about capitalism. She warns us that any account of capitalism according to which “things happen in a capitalist way because that’s just how capitalism works” is a useless account of our system. In other words, she urges us to abandon the banality of such a statement as “X, Y or Z happens because of capitalism”. To seek an alternative to the neoliberalism and austerity a different approach is needed.

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A Very Short Introduction to Marxism

HAVE YOU HEARD OF MARXISM ALREADY?

Why the new generations should know about Marxism. Marxism is a critical theory that has had a profound impact on the way we understand society, economics, and political power. Its insights into the workings of capitalism, exploitation, and class struggle remain highly relevant today, and its influence can be seen in a wide range of social movements and political struggles around the world. Answer this two questions [ays_quiz id=’2′] For the new generation, learning about Marxism is essential for a number of reasons. First and foremost, it provides a framework for understanding the deep structural inequalities and injustices that continue

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