The rich pay no taxes. Foreign tax havens continue to thrive. Flash trading algorithms whirr away, turning stock markets into cash cows for the rich.
The Politics of Debt brings together philosophers, political scientists, and economists reflecting on the political role played by debt.
Originally published in Germany in 2015 to great acclaim, here is the first English language edition of The End of the Megamachine.
Big Tech’s predictive algorithms are locking us into nostalgic feedback loops. The result is a precarious society with its gaze fixed on the good old days.
Taking art’s ability to contribute to a potential radical social transformation as its point of departure, Rasmussen analyses the relationship between the cur..(read more)
Again, 144 pages worth of committed, informed and thoughtful writing on a wide range of contemporary political and cultural debates. Founded twenty years ago by..(read more)
‘willing to ask the biggest questions, but always rooted in the here and now: it’s a vital link between the tradition of progressive thought in Britain and ..(read more)
Value is one of those core concepts that shape society, but defies an easy definition. Here are nine alternatives to regain personal power, find inspiration, ..(read more)
Against the need for speed, Malign Velocities tracks acceleration as the symptom of the ongoing crises of capitalism.
Mapping Informal Film Distribution. How do people access movies today? What are the most popular and powerful channels for media distribution on a global scale?..(read more)