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  1. 第二个要求替代性的信息和通信系统,该系统允许在进行合作的代理者之间进行自主的通信。 互联网,特别可写式互联网(Writeable Web)(特别正在建造中的Web 2.0),允许书面材料的普遍性的自主制造、分发和“消费”,同时与之关联的播客 ...

  2. 2017年12月17日 · China has already formed a much larger and better down-top ecosystem, manifesting the ultimate goal of the Maker Movement – democratizing innovation. We call it the New Shanzhai. The Chinese word for Shanzhai can be traced back to year 1999-2000, representing the act of copying and duplicating brand products. In recent years, Shanzhai has ...

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    "Anthropogenic implicates an actor that doesn’t exist. There is no Anthropos, no humanity as a unified actor. So, if not anthropogenic, what? In a word: capitalogenic." - Jason Moore

    Jerome Roos: "As one recent study has shown, 71 percent of global emissions can be traced back to the activities of just 100 mega-corporations. If anything, this indicates that we are confronted not by a Malthusian crisis of over-population, as many liberal environmentalists in the Global North continue to argue, but by a clear-cut Marxian crisis o...

    Jason Moore and Raj Patel: We need an intellectual state shift to accompany our new epoch. The first task is one of conceptual rigor, to note a problem in naming our new geological epoch the Anthropocene. The root, anthropos (Greek for “human”), suggests that it’s just humans being humans, in the way that kids will be kids or snakes will be snakes,...

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    * Article: The Capitalocene, Part I: on the nature and origins of our ecological crisis. By Jason W. Moore. The Journal of Peasant Studies, 2017, Vol. 44, No. 3, 594–630 URL = https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/english/currentstudents/pg/masters/modules/en9b5worldlitanthropocene/moore-the_capitalocene_part_i.pdf "This essay, in two parts, argues for the centrality of historical thinking in coming to gripswith capitalism’s planetary crises of the twenty-first century. Against theAnthropocene’s sha...

  3. Definition "The tetrad is arrived at through a process of asking questions, based on historical, social, and technological knowledge of the subject: What does any artifact enlarge or enhance? What does it erode or obsolesce? What does it retrieve that had been

  4. 2012年2月23日 · Key Conditions That Must Be Addressed. 1. Create the framework for shared meaning among all of these people (sometimes done by using "boundary objects", like the problem itself as a "boundary object" with many facets of factors that must be addressed by the diverse group of people involved. 2. Create a framework for real trust among the people ...

  5. 1. "Sima Qian (Szu-ma Chien; 司馬遷 c. 145 or 135 BC – 86 BC) was a Chinese historian of the Han dynasty. He is considered the father of Chinese historiography for his work, the Records of the Grand Historian, a Jizhuanti-style (纪传体) general history of China, covering more than two thousand years from the Yellow Emperor to his time ...

  6. 2017年10月8日 · That conceptual frame is the Chthulucene. Both the Anthropocene and Capitalocene are seen as lending themselves “too readily to cynicism, defeatism, and self-certain and self-fulfilling predictions” (Haraway, 2016b). The Chthulucene, alternatively, is “made up of ongoing multispecies stories and practises of becoming-with in times that ...