Navigating Accelerationism: from non-Capitalism to Postcapitalism via Platforms
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Keywords

Accelerationism, Marxism, non-Marxism, non-philosophy, non-capitalism, postcapitalism, utopia, theory-fiction, digital economy, data, platforms

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Morozov, A. (2019). Navigating Accelerationism: from non-Capitalism to Postcapitalism via Platforms. Galactica Media: Journal of Media Studies, (2), 226-242. https://doi.org/10.24411/2658-7734-2019-10020

Abstract

Book Review: Srnicek, N. (2019). Platform Capitalism. Moscow: HSE Publishing House.

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