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Marc James Léger

. This is a fundamentally different argument from Wark, who proposes that the abolition of capital would not automatically solve all of our problems since we would still need to ‘provide energy and shelter and food for seven billion people without completely destabilizing planetary metabolic systems.’ 12 From this perspective, the question of alienation is posed in terms of a materialist reduction to questions of survival and necessity, bypassing the terms of analysis that Žižek is noted to have introduced in such texts as For They Know Not What They Do: Enjoyment

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