[Reseñas] Sobre "el capitalismo", ese monstruo sin cabeza...
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Escobar, again, writes that 'From an anthropological perspective, it is important to highlight the emplacement of all cultural practices, which stems from the fact that culture is carried into places by bodies …' (p. 2001, 43). But then, capitalism is a cultural practice, or at least it has its cultural sides, and indeed these vary between places. The vital confrontation between Anglo-Saxon neoliberalism and the continental European attempt to hold on to a more social democratic form is one obvious case in point. Capitalism too is 'carried into places by bodies'. Indeed, politically it is important that this is recognized, in order to avoid that imagination of the economy (or the market) as a machine, a figuring which renders it unavailable to political debate.
El artículo se llama Geographies of Responsibility, seguro lo encuentras en algún motor de búsqueda de artículos científicos. Es de 2004. Gracias a Gerhard por el tip!