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Session 2: Capitalism’s Language | 8 October

Is capitalism legally and linguistically encoded? If so, how far does it colonize or cannibalize law and language as its non-economic “takings”?

Published onSep 08, 2020
Session 2: Capitalism’s Language | 8 October

For seminar materials, see the Globinar Cloud. Please note that access is restricted to registered participants only.

  • V. Klemperer, Lingua Tertii Imperii: Notizbuch eines Philologen, 1947, 9-16

  • C.F. Black, A Mosaic of Indigenous Legal Thought, 2017, 6-14

  • R. Cover, “Nomos and Narrative” (The Supreme Ct Foreword, Harv. L. Rev. 1983), 4-10

Additional readings are available on the Globinar Cloud. See also round table discussion with Bourdieu and others; Slavoj Žižek: What Is the Best Religion for Capitalism?


  • The Globalists (Quinn Slobodian), 1-27

     Header image: Umberto Boccioni – Dynamism of a Cyclist


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