Last week, Kevin Carson, a political historian and theorist of the Mutualist tradition, took issue with the concept of catabolic collapse, a term coined a few years ago by the author John Michael Greer. Greer responded; the exchange that followed provided an illuminating look at two views of the …
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Society | Article | Oct 25, 2013
Society | Article | Nov 13, 2012
The two narratives that I watch constantly going back and forth, I think of them as "Tweedle-dee and Tweedle-doom" of our vision of the future. It's either the narrative of progress or the narrative of apocalypse; one or the other.
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