Press realize EDUCATION AND (ANTI)INSTITUTIONS.

EDUCATION AND (ANTI) INSTITUTIONS MAP. Open Call PLEASE TELL US ABOUT YOUR PROJECT OR SUGGEST INITIATIVES YOU RETAIN RELEVANT Critical Studies Department is grateful for the opportunity to contribute to the process of curating the Museum of Care for the next two or three months. We would really love it to be a transformative and […]

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Plan for the Fight Club

Four fights a year:1) David versus Thomas Hobbes,2) Michael Hudson versus Thomas Piketty,3) Steve Keen versus Paul Krugman.4) We’ll pick the fighters for the fourth fight later how do we choose the winners? We arrange registration for the fights by selling tickets. We plan to register an equal number of supporters of both players (it […]

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Leo Tolstoy against Nikolai Fyodorov.

Lets talk about Death! Anya Bernstein told the story of the fight between Leo Tolstoy and Nikolai Fyodorov.Tolstoy went to Fyodorov’s library one day and, seeing a skull on the shelf, said wistfully: “There is something in you after all, Grim Reaper!” In response to the vile flirtation with death, Fyodorov stammered in indignation and […]

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Rules of using the Museum of Care content

As an open-source project, the Museum of Care will be happy to see many versions of Care spread around the world. We should try it out, discuss it and develop it. That’s why we made this Museum. If you don’t feel comfortable in our Museum for (any) reason, you can just create your own Museum. […]

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David Graeber, the Afterlife Anthropologist

Now that David’s in the Afterlife (nothing so boring for him as merely being in Heaven), he’s checking out all the characters he’s read over the years, and engaging in intellectual fights with them face to face, rather than having to mediate through merely reading their writings. David: Hmmm. Last thing I remember, I was lying […]

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Jean-Baptiste Say

Jean-Baptiste Say who used to say: “Every producer asks for money in exchange for his products, only for the purpose of employing that money again immediately in the purchase of another product; for we do not consume money, and it is not sought after in ordinary cases to conceal it: thus, when a producer desires […]

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Michael Hudson and the fight for civilization

Western civ’s fatal flaw of NOT canceling the debts. My book Collapse of Antiquity is all about this. The characters will be Hammurabi (1750 BC), Basil I of Byzantine Empire (9th-10th century AD), The French King who killed the Templars, Socrates, Jesus .. and Paul Krugman.

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Michael Bakunin against Karl Marx

The dispute between Bakunin and Karl Marx highlighted the differences between anarchism and Marxism. Michael Bakunin strongly rejected Marx’s concept of the “dictatorship of the proletariat” in which the new state would be unopposed and would, theoretically, represent the workers. We all know how “In its struggle against the united power of the propertied classes, […]

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Charity Vs Burn it’ at Church of Burning.

we are still thinking how to make it the best possible way some thought of J.H.: We can get each side to ‘stake their fee’…. which will either be burned or given to charity depending who wins…. as well as having an audience bet on it. As well as bets on straight majority vote for the winner […]

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Michael Hudson and Steve King

We are working on the description of this first and the most important fight in the fighting club of the Museum of Care

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