Tuesday, February 11, 2014

David Graeber: Play at the heart of everything

What’s the Point If We Can’t Have Fun? | David Graeber | The Baffler:

 "It’s hardly surprising, then, that this aspect of Kropotkin’s argument was ignored by the neo-Darwinists. Unlike “the problem of altruism,” cooperation for pleasure, as an end in itself, simply could not be recuperated for ideological purposes. "

It is a lot more interesting than that quote.

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