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selver wrote (edited )

Left Wing of Capital: The Magazine

I think they might be making some good points here about the post-work stuff, but not the more anti-work theory. I'm not all that familiar with the modern post-work marxists they cite, but I think the critiques of them just wanting an expanded sphere of leisure & consumption via automation is valid. But the more post-situationist / anarchist anti-work is a bit more out there, involving the transformation of daily life, rather than just more "free time" or whatever. The only one they mention is Vaneigem, and I don't think they really engage with his ideas on more than a surface level. And how do you write that much about the topic without bringing up Bob Black?