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Monsters of the market, zombies, vampires, and global capitalism, by David McNally

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Monsters of the market, zombies, vampires, and global capitalism, by David McNally
Language
eng
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages [271]-290) and index
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary Form
non fiction
Main title
Monsters of the market
Nature of contents
bibliography
Oclc number
708761909
Responsibility statement
by David McNally
Series statement
Historical materialism book series, 30
Sub title
zombies, vampires, and global capitalism
Table Of Contents
Dissecting the labouring body : Frankenstein, political anatomy, and the rise of capitalism -- "Save my body from the surgeons" -- The culture of dissection : anatomy, colonisation, and social order -- Political anatomy, wage-labour, and destruction of the English commons -- Anatomy and the corpse-economy -- Monsters of rebellion -- Jacobins, Irishmen and Luddites : rebel-monsters in the age of Frankenstein -- The rights of monsters : horror and the split society -- Marx's monsters : vampire-capital and the nightmare-world of late capitalism -- Dialectics and the doubled life of the commodity -- The spectre of value and the fetishism of commodities -- "As if by love possessed" : vampire-capital and the labouring body -- Zombie-labour and the "monstrous outrages" of capital -- Money : capitalism's second nature -- "Self-birthing" capital and the alchemy of money -- Wild money : the occult economies of late-capitalist globalisation -- Enron : case-study in the occult economy of late capitalism -- "Capital comes into the world dripping in blood from every pore" -- African vampires in the age of globalisation -- Kinship and accumulation : from the old witchcraft to the new -- Zombies, vampires, and spectres of capital : the new occult economies of globalising capitalism -- African fetishes and the fetishism of commodities -- The living dead : zombie-labourers in the age of globalisation -- Vampire-capitalism in sub-Saharan Africa -- Bewitched accumulation, famished roads, and the endless toilers of the earth -- Conclusion ugly beauty : monstrous dreams of utopia
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