Pre-empt­ing Apoc­a­lypse? Post­cap­i­tal­ism as an ev­ery­day pol­i­tics

AQ: Australian Quarterly - - REFERENCES - STEPHEN HEALY, JENNY CAMERON, KATHER­INE GIB­SON, JOANNE MCNEILL

There is a grow­ing recog­ni­tion that eco­nomic busi­ness-as-usual can­not con­tinue and an in­creas­ing in­ter­est in bet­ter ways of or­gan­is­ing economies, pol­i­tics and so­ci­ety. Yet al­ready there are busi­nesses and man­u­fac­tur­ers around the world that are im­ple­ment­ing post-cap­i­tal­ist ideals into their busi­ness mod­els, to great suc­cess. Cap­i­tal­ism and Post-cap­i­tal­ism are not mu­tu­ally ex­clu­sive, they ex­ist as a con­tin­uum, able to be in­flu­enced at the most grass­roots level. Post-cap­i­tal­ism need not be apoc­a­lyp­tic, it is al­ready a part of our ev­ery­day.

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