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CUiSL welcomes contributions from its students and others to its study of global warming, CO2 emissions and capitalist crisis. Please contact us at email@example.com if you would like to participate in this study. 414 more words
It’s been almost two decades since David Harvey’s Spaces of Hope. Writing at the end of the millennium, Harvey saw a dire need for utopian imagining and optimistic thought: “I believe that in this moment in our history we have something of great import to accomplish by exercising an optimism of the intellect in order to open up ways of thinking that have for too long remained foreclosed.” Harvey’s call has been answered, but not in the way he hoped. 1,085 more words
We are at an early stage in our project to apply Marxist Crisis Theory to Global Warming and the need to constrain CO2 emissions. The following tentative outline of a possible discussion paper and the work needed to complete it has, however, been prepared: 376 more words
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The hallmark of the neoliberal thought collective was that they more or less accepted the inherited image of an addled and befuddled populace, but thoroughly rejected any appeals to a scientific technocracy to instill some discipline in the masses.