This was good: Kanye West bbc radio one Interview | September 2013
50 results for “tantalizingly adjacent” September 17th 2013
Rather, neoliberalism has been, since its inception, a reactive strategy aimed at capturing, commodifying, and individualising the very creative, and necessarily social, energies which emerged from the cultural and technological revolutions of the 1960s. These are the energies which capital must to some extent facilitate and intensify, precisely in order to be able to exploit them for its own benefit.
This paradoxical dynamic, whereby capital must create productive relationships, while also policing them, containing them, and capturing their outputs is not new: it is precisely the contradictory logic of capitalism as analysed by Marx, and conceptualised more recently by Hardt and Negri in terms of the ‘parasitic’ relationship between capital and ‘the multitude’.
-Neoliberal Networks, Jeremy Gilbert