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2 Comments

  1. Carter Rose

    Thank you for your recent book A History …
    Be sure to look at the sections on economics
    in The Systems View of Life by Capra and Luisi.

  2. Nancy

    Hi, I really enjoyed your latest book and I just wanted to recommend some literature that you might find useful:

    Thomas Widlok’s recent book on a very important economic ideas:

    “Anthropology and the Economy of Sharing” – Thomas Widlok

    https://www.amazon.com/Anthropology-Economy-Sharing-Thomas-Widlok/dp/1138945552

    There’s “Europe and the People Without History” by Eric R Wolf which is a gem of a book.

    David Graeber’s book on Marx and Mauss’s value theory:

    “Toward an Anthropological Theory of Value: The False Coin of Our Own Dreams” – David Graeber

    Graeber’s very interesting paper “Transformation of Slavery Turning Modes of Production Inside Out: Or, Why Capitalism is a Transformation of Slavery”:

    https://libcom.org/files/graeber_2006a.pdf

    “Every Twelve Seconds: Industrialized Slaughter and the Politics of Sight” – Timothy Pachirat

    Tim Ingold’s work:

    “The perception of the environment: essays on livelihood, dwelling and skill” – Tim Ingold.

    “Being Alive: Essays on Movement, Knowledge and Description” – Tim Ingold

    All of James C. Scott’s oeuvre:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_C._Scott

    Massimo De Angelis very interesting version of autonomist Marxism presented in his two books:

    “The Beginning of History: Value Struggles and Global Capital” – Massimo De Angelis

    “Omnia Sunt Communia: On the Commons and the Transformation to Postcapitalism” – Massimo De Angelis

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