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The Right of the Idiom, continued

We could say that De Soto’s argument for formalizing the informal economy (see my discussion in the first installment of “The Right of the Idiom”) is an argument for integrating the gift economy into the money economy. It’s a bit more complex, though: the informal economy is not a pre-capitalist economic order “transcended” by […]

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victimary progressivism

Not much new here for GAniks, but here’s my latest post over at zombies contentions:

http://zombiecontentions.com/2010/04/18/how-about-victimary-progressivism/

Anthropoetics

Anthropoetics’ Spring issue 15:2 now available! http://www.anthropoetics.ucla.edu/ap1502/index.htm

Anthropoetics’ Spring issue 15:2 is now available at http://www.anthropoetics.ucla.edu/ap1502/index.htm […]

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GASC 2010 Update

Hi Everybody, The 2010 Generative Anthropology Summer Conference Website has a tentative schedule available online. A couple of late submissions are not on there yet, but be assured that they will be included in the final program. If you see any errors, please let us know. http://people.westminstercollege.edu/faculty/pgoldman/GASC_2010/program.html See you in Salt Lake City, Utah […]

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The Right of the Idiom: Part 1

I have been reading Hernando de Soto’s The Mystery of Capital, and a striking convergence with Eric Gans’ Chronicle #388 on writing suggests itself; and this articulation further intersects with a little discussion a while back on the GAList on GA as a theory of self-ownership. And, finally, of interest perhaps to no one […]

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