[-empyre-] a book, dna and code

sdv at krokodile.co.uk sdv at krokodile.co.uk
Mon Oct 22 17:52:05 EST 2007


All living things do not capitalize.

This would imply that all human and non-human societies were capitalist, 
   which is a strange restrictive understanding of the variations of 
human and non-human societies.

I have noticed an increasing tendency to accept this liberal line of 
thought but  rarely is the proposition actually presented. (Though I 
think we probably have before).


> What is your definition of capital?  I would say that
> for organic life, yes, capitalization is
> inevitable--but this does not sanction any particular
> style of politics, what you probably call 
> 'capitalism.'  In fact, all critiques of capitalism,
> are really critiques of politics, because all living
> things capitalize. Only the climate--geographical and
> social, varies... 

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