In Creativity, Economics, Human Rights, Labour, Mental Objects, Trade Unions

In October 2021 we escaped from quarantine for the first time in a year and a half. The journey was the most chaotic we’ve ever experienced and a kind of testimony to the disastrous ecological and social condition into which capitalism had descended. We made it by the skin of our teeth and were hosted by the wonderful Raquel Varela whose picture I took from backstage and used as the image of this event.

My presentation sets out the relation between creative labour and ecological presentation, arguing for the theme of the third volume of my proposed book which will focus on mental objects: namely, creativity forms the basis of a new mode of social growth focussed on human development as an alternative to a never-ending expansion of material extraction.

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