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Reified LifeSpeculative Capital and the Ahuman Condition$
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J. Paul Narkunas

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780823280308

Published to Fordham Scholarship Online: January 2019

DOI: 10.5422/fordham/9780823280308.001.0001

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Ahumans: A Guide to Nonmarket Living

Ahumans: A Guide to Nonmarket Living

(p.249) Conclusion Ahumans: A Guide to Nonmarket Living
Reified Life

J. Paul Narkunas

Fordham University Press

The conclusion brings together and extends some general lines of argument within the book. The book closes with several axioms to question the present reification of life and to offer strategies for non-market living, a user’s guide to living ahumanly that marks affinities and points of critique with new ecologies, disability studies, critical race theory, feminism, animal rights scholars, materialists and realists, and object-oriented ontologists.

Keywords:   Ahuman, Datacentrism, Eggers, David, Financial Capitalism, Institutional Critique, Neoliberalism, Philanthropic Non-Profits, Posthumanism, Speculative Literature, Transindividuation

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