The story we have been telling ourselves about our origins is wrong, and perpetuates the idea of inevitable social inequality.
There are now twice as many people as 50 years ago. But, as EO Wilson has argued, they can all survive - in cities
Copying and pasting emails. Inventing meaningless tasks for others. Just looking busy. Why do so many people feel their work is completely unnecessary?
The story we have been telling ourselves about our origins is wrong, and perpetuates the idea of inevitable social inequality. David Graeber and David Wengrow
Druid perspectives on nature, culture, and the future of industrial society
Western leaders could destroy Islamic State by calling on Erdo196159an to end his attacks on Kurdish forces in Syria and Turkey and allow them to fight Isis on the ground
The activist-academic and Occupy Wall Street champion tells Salon about his new book on the bureaucratic state
David Graeber: Why has the basic logic of austerity been accepted by everyone? Because solidarity has come to be viewed as a scourge
David Graeber: Capitalists spread prosperity only when threatened by global rivalry, radical movements and the risk of uprisings at home
C'è un modo facile di interpretare La stanza, romanzo di Jonas Karlsson pubblicato in Italia da Isbn (traduzione di Alessandro Bassini), ed è il modo di chi lo legge come la storia di un impiegato paranoico che cerca una salvezza impossibile dall'alienazione a cui è condannato. E c'è un modo più sottile, di chi invece
In 22 percent of America's homes with mortgages, the debt exceeds the value of the house. Young adults begin economic life saddled with student debt that recently reached a trillion dollars, limiting their purchasing power. Middle-class families use debt as a substitute for wages and salaries that have lagged behind the cost of living. This private debt overhang, far more than the obsessively debated question of public debt, retards the recovery.