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Poder Y Sacrificio

Author: Luis Enrique Alonso
Publisher: Ediciones AKAL
ISBN: 8432319074
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La crisis financiera de 2008 ha supuesto un auténtico terremoto en las instituciones económicas y las estructuras sociales contemporáneas. Desde entonces, el capitalismo ha mudado su piel para no ser reconocido. Sus acciones impunes han acentuado la desigualdad social justificando las nuevas medidas económicas y su asimilación a través de discursos que defienden el individualismo, la competencia generalizada, la austeridad, la hegemonía de lo privado y la financiarización. De este modo, los poderes mercantiles han conseguido cuestionar los cimientos de la democracia y han ajustado todas las instituciones políticas a sus propios intereses. En Poder y sacrificio, Luis Enrique Alonso y Carlos J. Fernández Rodríguez revisan y desenmascaran los discursos sociales presentes en el imaginario empresarial y económico actual que, disfrazados de neutralidad y necesidad, cumplen una misión ideológica fundamental para el neoliberalismo: diluir la ciudadanía y desmantelar el Estado de bienestar construidos a lo largo del último siglo.

Historia Contempor Nea De Espa A Volumen Ii 1931 2017

Author: Varios Autores
Publisher: TAURUS
ISBN: 8430619526
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Segundo volumen de Historia contemporánea de España, uno de los proyectos historiográficos españoles más importantes de las últimas décadas. «Cada generación reescribe la historia, se ha dicho en muchas ocasiones. Este constituye también, en este sentido, un producto que tiene algo de generacional.» Jordi Canal Esta historia de España en dos volúmenes es uno de los proyectos historiográficos españoles más importantes de las últimas décadas. Plural, accesible y puesta al día, reúne a los mejores miembros de la nueva generación de historiadores. Revela las claves políticas, sociales, económicas y culturales que han determinado la trayectoria de España, pero también su lugar en el mundo, pues ante todo se trata, en palabras del director de la obra, de «una historia contemporánea de España no encerrada en sí misma». Este segundo tomo arranca con la caída de la monarquía de Alfonso XIII y la proclamación de la Segunda República en 1931, cubre el conjunto de cambios económicos, socioculturales y políticos que se encuentran en los fundamentos de la España actual, y alcanza a comentar desde una perspectiva histórica la abdicación del rey de España en 2014 y la delicada situación catalana en septiembre de 2017. El tomo se completa con una rigurosa cronología y con una completa y acertada selección de fotografías comentadas, dos maneras complementarias y enormemente eficaces de narrar el periodo que cubren ambos tomos. Reseña: «Una manera diferente de leer la historia. Una forma nueva de contarla, de entenderla y de publicarla.» Carmen de Carlos, blog de ABC

The Shock Doctrine

Author: Naomi Klein
Publisher: Metropolitan Books
ISBN: 9781429919487
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The bestselling author of No Logo shows how the global "free market" has exploited crises and shock for three decades, from Chile to Iraq In her groundbreaking reporting over the past few years, Naomi Klein introduced the term "disaster capitalism." Whether covering Baghdad after the U.S. occupation, Sri Lanka in the wake of the tsunami, or New Orleans post-Katrina, she witnessed something remarkably similar. People still reeling from catastrophe were being hit again, this time with economic "shock treatment," losing their land and homes to rapid-fire corporate makeovers. The Shock Doctrine retells the story of the most dominant ideology of our time, Milton Friedman's free market economic revolution. In contrast to the popular myth of this movement's peaceful global victory, Klein shows how it has exploited moments of shock and extreme violence in order to implement its economic policies in so many parts of the world from Latin America and Eastern Europe to South Africa, Russia, and Iraq. At the core of disaster capitalism is the use of cataclysmic events to advance radical privatization combined with the privatization of the disaster response itself. Klein argues that by capitalizing on crises, created by nature or war, the disaster capitalism complex now exists as a booming new economy, and is the violent culmination of a radical economic project that has been incubating for fifty years.

The Culture Of The New Capitalism

Author: Richard Sennett
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300119923
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A provocative and disturbing look at the ways new economic facts are shaping our personal and social values.

The Conscience Of The Eye The Design And Social Life Of Cities

Author: Richard Sennett
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 0393308782
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Richard Sennett is an articulate writer whose style reveals a fascinating mind and above all, a keen pair of eyes. In relating our visual organ to the conscience, he implores us to start seeing our lives as wholly related to and organically integrated with, the cities that we live in. In this thoroughly original and important book, Sennett successfully avoids the tendency of many writers on urbanism to proffer 'well meaning' solutions, but instead takes us on a historical and psychological journey. He convinces his readers to focus on impulses and 'spriritual' reasons behind the creation of cities, ranging from the Greek ideals of 'grace' and 'balance' that produced the 'Agora' to the dilemmas of the modern soul that creates walls made of sheer glass. In chapter after chapter of engrossing reading anyone deeply interested in the well-being of urban life will begin to share his insights on urban forms. He articulates his views using descriptions of ordianry people's lives through history.

Capitalism In The Age Of Globalization

Author: Samir Amin
Publisher: Zed Books Ltd.
ISBN: 1780329857
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Samir Amin remains one of the world's most influential thinkers about the changing nature of North-South relations in the development of contemporary capitalism. In this highly prescient book, originally published in 1997, he provides a powerful analysis of the new unilateral capitalist era following the collapse of the Soviet model, and the apparent triumph of the market and globalization. Amin's innovative analysis charts the rise of ethnicity and fundamentalism as consequences of the failure of ruling classes in the South to counter the exploitative terms of globalization. This has had profound implications and continues to resonate today. Furthermore, his deconstruction of the Bretton Woods institutions as managerial mechanisms which protect the profitability of capital provides an important insight into the continued difficulties in reforming them. Amin's rejection of the apparent inevitability of globalization in its present polarising form is particularly prophetic - instead he asserts the need for each society to negotiate the terms of its inter-dependence with the rest of the global economy. A landmark work by a key contemporary thinker.

Seeing

Author: José Saramago
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
ISBN: 0547544715
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On election day in the capital, it is raining so hard that no one has bothered to come out to vote. The politicians are growing jittery. Should they reschedule the elections for another day? Around three o’clock, the rain finally stops. Promptly at four, voters rush to the polling stations, as if they had been ordered to appear. But when the ballots are counted, more than 70 percent are blank. The citizens are rebellious. A state of emergency is declared. But are the authorities acting too precipitously? Or even blindly? The word evokes terrible memories of the plague of blindness that hit the city four years before, and of the one woman who kept her sight. Could she be behind the blank ballots? A police superintendent is put on the case. What begins as a satire on governments and the sometimes dubious efficacy of the democratic system turns into something far more sinister. A singular novel from the author of Blindness.

Historia M Nima La Cultura Mexicana En El Siglo Xx

Author: Carlos Monsiváis
Publisher: El Colegio de Mexico AC
ISBN: 6074623805
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En esta obra póstuma, Carlos Monsiváis, con su estilo y erudición únicos, recorre un siglo de la vida cultural de México, si bien, como él mismo confiesa, ésta es una tarea inacabable a la que además se suma la brevedad de la obra, que le obliga a cerrar su crónica en la década de 1980, dejando fuera los movimientos y creadores de los dos últimos decenios del siglo XX. Su recorrido parte de la época del modernismo y pasa por todas las manifestaciones culturales que se desarrollan a lo largo de las siguientes décadas, como la narrativa de la Revolución, el muralismo, la cultura en los años veinte, los Contemporáneos, la poesía de la generación del 50 hasta llegar al año de la ruptura que representa 1968 y las manifestaciones culturales que de él se desprenden.