Chartalist history shows the fantasy of money and the market as outside the state to be a fraud
Getting paid for sex upholds the fantasy of unconditional love by masking the very real conditions of lovability
Capitalism posits a future of endless innovation in products and production processes, but no possible change in the social relations that move them
“Money, Power, Glory” says I can fuck (with) you, but I will also destroy the whole world that makes “you” possible
Are crowdsourcing platforms like Amazon’s Mechanical Turk as bleak as the company’s shipping warehouses?
Markets enact social control while making it seem to disappear
A scene performed in tandem with an algorithmic trading model created by a Blackstone group investment banker
Is liking brands ironically on social media a form of click fraud?
Online cryptocurrencies are all the rage, but other alternate money systems can do more than help you hide
Companies used to borrow in the markets as a last resort for financing investment in their business. Now it’s a front for shareholder giveaways
China’s command-like economy may be better suited to cope with technologically driven abundance
Looking past money to the sovereign power that makes it valuable
Elite education may impoverish and indebt young women and do little to get them a job, but at least it makes their eggs valuable
The editorial note to The New Inquiry Magazine, Vol. 26: Consent