Worth Reading 178: Condemn the New Prophecy!

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Managerialism vs Innovation – “Does management’s pursuit of efficiency crowd out innovation?” asks Chris Dillow, wondering if creating small productivity gains through managerialist efficiency is driving out bigger gains that can be made through innovation.
On politics and the ‘common’ – Alex Marsh on the changing style of political rhetoric and what it shows about our political culture.
A world without work – How might we adapt to an automated future?
I used to lead tours at a plantation. You won’t believe the questions I got about slavery. – People really don’t understand the past, part 94.
London 2025 – How the city is becoming just another meaningless point for the globetrotting hyper rich, content to live from the spoils of corruption elsewhere.

2 thoughts on “Worth Reading 178: Condemn the New Prophecy!”

  1. “World without work” What an absolute load of nonsense.

    There is, and will remain more work than we will EVER get done. The problem for the blinkered ones is that the current system will not allow it be converted into “JOBS”, with income dropping to a point where there will be a total social breakdown.

    We do not pay wages to machines.

    A new mechanism for the distribution of purchasing power will have to be adopted, which in turn means the overthrow of the rentiers that hold us in slavery now.

  2. Finlayson in the second article expresses very clearly what I loath beyond measure about “neoliberalism”. Without doubt, a neoliberal cannot be a Liberal.

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