On the end of the End of History and neo-feudalism.
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In a continuation of our discussion on the emerging transfer state, we ask whether the end of neoliberalism entails the end of the ‘End of History’. What are the determinate features of the End of History that we are leaving behind? Which are still with us?
Also, what to make of arguments that our future is neo- or techno-feudal? Do these terms make any sense? Or is it better to think of two alternate futures: Japanisation or Brazilianisation?
- The End of the End of History, Bungacast, Zer0 Books
- Neofeudalism: The End of Capitalism?, Jodi Dean, LA Review of Books
- Neo-feudalism in California, Joel Kotkin, American Affairs