By Eric Cazdyn, Imre Szeman
In vigorous and unflinching prose, Eric Cazdyn and Imre Szeman argue that modern considered the area is disabled by way of a deadly flaw: the lack to imagine "an after" to globalization. After setting up seven theses (on schooling, morality, background, destiny, capitalism, kingdom, and customary experience) that problem the fake offers that maintain this time-limit, After Globalization examines 4 renowned thinkers (Thomas Friedman, Richard Florida, Paul Krugman and Naomi Klein) and the way their paintings is dulled via those grants. Cazdyn and Szeman then communicate to scholars from world wide who're either unconvinced and bored with those offers and who comprehend the area very another way than how it is popularly represented.
After Globalization argues real ability to imagine an after to globalization is the very starting of politics today.
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The discovery in (1) is implicitly taken to affect the entire world; the 44 The Afterlife of Globalization solution in (3) is meant only for individual nations, or perhaps for a small group of friends. In every case, there is something that can be done to either take advantage of (1) or to mitigate its effects – that is, to save us. The better way to think about the world? Think: nothing can save us. Thesis 1: Education will not save us Learning and knowledge are imagined to necessarily solve problems.
For the students we spoke to, the Cold War was at best a dim memory. These students were truly the product of the era of globalization and its common sense – the first global generation, who viewed the world not just from the perspective of their own nations, but with a feeling for the fact that culture and politics operates at a global level, with serious implications for how they live and act locally and globally. The interviews took place in many nations not usually included in wide studies of anti-Americanism and globalization, and certainly not typically placed in the same study together, in an effort to capture as 42 The Afterlife of Globalization best as possible the kinds of social framings that we were interested in understanding better.
And if there is no end, why should one imagine the future being any different than the present? 43 The Afterlife of Globalization We’ll leave the significance of this interpretive gap between thinkers and students for later in the book. This book draws attention to what current narratives of globalization and its aftermath offer us, and what they fail to. Our analysis is organized around a view of limits, gaps, and failures in these narratives. The writers we examine and the students we interview also point to limits and gaps, and the need to imagine new futures and to break with old habits of thinking and doing.
After Globalization by Eric Cazdyn, Imre Szeman