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020 _a9781780992754 (pbk.)
020 _a1780992750 (pbk.)
035 _a(OCoLC)895713346
090 _aECON HB 2015 653489
100 1 _aToscano, Alberto.
_9494738
245 1 0 _aCartographies of the absolute /
_cAlbert Toscano & Jeff Kinkle.
260 _aWinchester, UK ;
_aWashington [D.C.], USA, :
_bZero Books,
_c2015.
300 _axiv, 296 p. :
_bill.
504 _aIncludes bibliographical references.
505 0 _aIntroduction. The limits of the known universe, or cognitive mapping revisited -- The aesthetics of the economy. Prologue : what does the spectacle look like? ; Capitalism and panorama ; Seeing socialism -- Cities and crises. Prologue : slums and flows ; Werewolf hunger (New York, 1970s) ; Baltimore as world and representation (The Wire, 2002-2008 ; Filming the crisis (2008- ) -- Monsieur le capital and madame la terre. Prologue : cargo cult ; The art of logistics ; Landscapes of dead labour.
650 4 _aCapitalism
_xPhilosophy.
_9438725
650 4 _aCapitalism
_xSocial aspects.
_9345018
650 4 _aCapitalism
_xEconomic aspects.
_9731915
650 4 _aCapital.
_9180960
650 4 _aCapitalism in literature.
_9731916
650 4 _aConsumption (Economics) in motion pictures.
_9731918
650 4 _aCognitive maps (Psychology)
_9469423
651 4 _aUnited States
_xEconomic conditions.
_9182578
700 1 _aKinkle, Jeff.
_9731913
942 _2local
_cGB
997 _aPR
999 _c653489
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