Group Post October 23rd, 2018 Danielle D, Danielle G, Meredith, Elsie How can we stall the inequality that capitalism creates? A solution we can consider is the option of a robot employee. Artificial [...]
imagining frontiers in empirical research / infrastructural development as manifestation of the spatial homogenization and ecological wastage wrought by capitalism
In The Enemy of Nature: The End of Capitalism or the End of the World, Joel Kovel contends that capitalism will inevitably result in ecological collapse, as the realization of the exchange value demands an [...]
Group: Raphael Barnes, Claire Paterson, Jack Plants Basing our theories on American scholar and theorist Joel Kovel’s discussion within The Enemy of Nature: The End of Capitalism or the End of the World (2007)– who [...]
capitalism and environmental harm: working towards sustainability, or accelerating self-destruction?
Group 3 weekly Post: Ousmane, Armando and Oscar Professor's prompt: Through Kovel’s chapter: the machinery of capitalism will inevitably lead to ecological doom. Either counter or defend this position. If you were going to counter [...]
Les U. Knight opened his introduction of the Voluntary Human Extinction Movement’s mission by referring to “the best thing for the earth’s ecosphere.” While speaking so broadly perhaps casts a wide net for support, it [...]