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Unpayable Debt

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Unpayable Debt offers a black feminist reading of the political architecture of the global present. Inspired by Octavia E. Butler’s novel Kindred, in which an African American writer is transported from 1970s Los Angeles to the antebellum South to save the life of the child of a slave-owner who is also her ancestor, the conceit of the unpayable debt—a debt someone owes but that is not hers to pay—relates post-Enlightenment versions of ethical and economic value to colonial and racial subjugation. Focusing on the philosophical basis of these renderings of value, Denise Ferreira da Silva exposes how coloniality and raciality operate in the juridical, ethical, and symbolic systems that facilitate the expropriation of labor and extraction of land essential for the accumulation of Capital.

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Artikelnummer: 39455 Categorie: Tags: , ,
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Auteur: Ferreira da Silva, Denise
Jaar: 2022
ISBN: 9783956795428
Pagina's: 328
Taal: English
Uitgever: Sternberg Press
Uitgever stad: Berlin
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