“Neoliberalism and the Machinery of Disposability”

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Truthout, in an essay with relevance to MIA readers, digs into contemporary processes wherein “the collective sense of ethical imagination and social responsibility toward those who are vulnerable or in need of care is now viewed as a scourge or pathology. What has emerged in this new historical conjuncture is an intensification of the practice of disposability in which more and more individuals and groups are now considered excess, consigned to zones of abandonment, surveillance and incarceration.”

Neoliberalism and the Machinery of Disposability (Truthout)

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