We shouldn’t assume that the measures we take to combat the coronavirus today are temporary.
The humanities may have suddenly mattered more than ever, but their support was also as fragile as it had been for decades.
By suggesting that the constant resetting is all there is, disruption becomes “a theodicy of hypercapitalism,” a kind of “newness for people who are scared of genuine newness.”
In the words of retired Supreme Court justice Anthony Kennedy, “a people confident in its laws and institutions should not be ashamed of mercy.”
Never before has it been so fashionable to be against numerical thinking.
What we are actually witnessing in the genetic enclosure movement is the tragedy of the anti-commons.
Markets and property systems are related, but they are not the same: markets are about exchange and money; property about ownership and power.
What is provocative is Hale’s
claim that the insider-outsider
relationship was, and is, driven
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