By Erik Paul
This e-book is the 1st to set up the character and reasons of violence as key positive factors within the political financial system of Australia as a complicated capitalist society. Australia’s neoliberal company safety kingdom in obvious to symbolize the emergence of a post-democratic order, wherein minds and our bodies are disciplined to the dominant ideology of marketplace kinfolk. finding questions of the democracy and of the country’s economic climate on the center of Australia’s political fight, the writer elaborates how violence in Australia is equipped right into a hegemonic order, characterised by means of the focus of personal strength and wealth. making a choice on the commodification of individuals and nature, the development and manipulation of antagonisms and enemies, and the politics of worry as positive aspects of a brand new authoritarianism and one-party-political nation, Erik Paul explores possible choices to the present neoliberal hegemonic order. Positing that democratization calls for a basically outlined counter-culture, in keeping with the political economic system of social, financial and political equality, the e-book attracts out the capability in non-violent innovative social hobbies for a brand new political economy.
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