In times of capitalist crisis


Jack O. Griffiths (Exeter): The Politics of Nature: The Appropriation of Darwinism by Laissez-faire Ideology, and Why It Is Untenable. Jens Beckert (Max Planck): Capitalist Dynamics: Fictional Expectations and the Openness of the Future. Tibor Rutar (Ljubljana): The Rise of the Right in Times of Capitalist Crisis: A Materialist Explanation. Albena Azmanova (Kent): The Crisis of the Crisis of Capitalism. Brian Willems reviews Malign Velocities: Accelerationism and Capitalism by Benjamin Noys. Robin Hahnel on the case for a participatory economy: The first chapter from Alternatives to Capitalism: Proposals for a Democratic Economy. Nick Rogers reviews Seventeen Contradictions and the End of Capitalism by David Harvey. Is the revolution going to be communist? Mikkel Bolt analyses the many global shades of reformism and revolution in an extended discussion of “what is to be done with the crisis, capitalism and the revolution, beyond the avant-garde, reformism and the multitude”. Exploring the left’s fascination with Friedrich Hayek: Calling on a range of left-wing and social democratic thinkers and commentators, Simon Griffiths highlights the potential or arch-marketeer Friedrich Hayek’s philosophy to inform a modern progressive political programme. What can the left learn from Friedrich Hayek? An engagement with Hayek does not mean a capitulation to the market, writes Simon Griffiths. The power of bad ideas: Michael McCarthy reviews The Power of Market Fundamentalism: Karl Polanyi’s Critique by Fred Block and Margaret Somers (and more). Timothy David Clark on reclaiming Karl Polanyi, socialist intellectual.ot mean a capitulation to the market, writes Simon Griffiths. The power of bad ideas: Michael McCarthy reviews The Power of Market Fundamentalism: Karl Polanyi’s Critique by Fred Block and Margaret Somers (and more). Timothy David Clark on reclaiming Karl Polanyi, socialist intellectual.

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