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The Anthropocene and the End of Postmodernism

In his 1979 book The Postmodern Condition, Jean Francois Lyotard famously described the coming age of postmodernism as a the dissolution of grand narratives… 3,210 more words

Mises on Needs vs. Wants in Capital Theory

The closest Mises came to Strigl’s conception of capital and the subsistence fund is found on page 488 of Human Action (scholar’s edition). Mises is walking through a thought experiment involving a primitive economy with no capital structure or savings–starting from scratch, … 571 more words

Economics

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Putting Phnom Penh to paper

The transition from Singapore to Cambodia’s sprawling capital city Phnom Penh feels a bit like Marty McFly travelling from the pristine future to a Biff-ravaged alternate 1985. 1,594 more words

Travel

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You might have heard in the news that Disney’s EPS (earnings per share) beat estimates or is forecasted to earn over $1.10 per share next year. 195 more words

Business

Needs vs. Wants in Capital Theory

Although Richard von Strigl never mentioned Taussig in the text of his Capital & Production, the two economists present notably different conceptions of capital, roundabout production, and the wages/subsistence fund. 627 more words

Economics

Histories of Capital

This reading is primarily drawn from Chapter 2 of Dipesh Chakrabarty’s Provincializing Europe: Postcolonial Thought and Historical Difference

There are, these days, I think two general ways in which one approaches Marx. 1,862 more words

Historical Narrative