Monthly Archives: July 2013

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If you’re short on time, I’d just start around the the 1 hour mark. I suppose I should also mention that if you are not Ian Seda or drunk you might not actually enjoy this.    

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Lozano’s Deleuze and Finance

Benjamin Lozano at UC Santa Cruz has a new (to me at least) website entitled speculative materialism that is largely devoted to Deleuze and finance. I’ve been reading the material there over the last week; my favorite move of his … Continue reading

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dispossession and compensation

In a recent post, I mentioned Rajesh Bhattacharya’s distinction between primitive accumulation stories based enrichment and those based on separation (class transformation). He uses the language of means/ends which is useful. People who tell enrichment-dominated stories would not deny class … Continue reading

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harvey and primitive accumulation again

I’m reading Rajesh Bhattacharya’s dissertation, Capitalism in Post-Colonial India: Primitive Accumulation Under Dirigister and Laissez Faire Regimes (2010), this morning. I’m embarrassed to have waited this long, but better late than never. He has an excellent characterization of primitive accumulation … Continue reading

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under-understanding overaccumulation

(Note: I’m writing this far from my office and most of my books, with the benefits of only some electronic sources stored on my computer and limited internet. I have not been able to return to all of Harvey’s work, … Continue reading

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