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Reviewer: Anton Tornberg Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

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In this book Hornborg questions the notion that humanity is united in a joint development towards a more efficient technology. The common and well-established idea of technology and the functions of machines as decoupled from societal relations of exchange is, according the author, deeply flawed. Even traditional technology and innovations such as the steam engine, [...]

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Reviewer: Ruggero Rossi Tags: There is no tags Comments: 0

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In this book Harvey seeks to explain how the flow of capital works and how it influences the society. His approach could be considered “Marxist”, given his continuous references to Marx and the usage of Marxist categories. Nonetheless the exposition is perfectly understandable by the reader who is unaware of Marx studies, and even if [...]

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