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Read Rebel Cities From the Right to the City to the Urban Revolution ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ä [PDF] ❤ Rebel Cities From the Right to the City to the Urban Revolution ⚣ David Harvey – Gwairsoft.co.uk ABD'de 2001'den beri spekülatif bir biçimde şişirABD'de 'den From the ePUB #180 beri spekülatif bir biçimde şişirilmekte olan gayrimenkul ve ona bağlı finans sektöründe 'de iktisadi bir kriz patlak verdi ve kısa sürede tüm Avrupa'yı girdabına aldı Krizin nedenlerini çözmeye çalıştığımız sırada spekülatif sermayenin sözcüleri kendi içine kapalı bir jargonu tedavüle sokuyor meselenin bizlere izah edilemeyecek kadar karmaşık olduğunu göstermeye çalışıyorlardı Bu nedenle sorunun ne olduğu açıklığa kavuşmasa da maddiyatın çarpmas?. I began this book with a different idea of its content The book has a deep philosophical context on the sense of property and the city's land use It is a very interesting read as you can follow how several parts of the city have lost their identity because of the nonregulated acuisition of land Even though I'm sure that what the author suggests to eliminate certain levels of authority to regain control of our surroundings among other proposals is somewhat complicated for us citizens to achieve; the book offers a very interesting perspective of what our rights and obligations as citizens of the place we live in are making it clear that we have to raise our voice to fight the hostile takeover of our citiesI've given the book 4 stars because even though the book is really thorough and propositional it sometimes gets lost among philosophical currents and their real life examples making it hard for the reader to follow the straight line of the book

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?nı doğrudan yaşamlarında hisseden kitlelerin oturduğu eve haciz konan işinden çıkarılan kemer sıkma politikaları ve özelleştirmeler sonucunda Rebel Cities ePUB #199 kamu hizmetlerinden mahrum edilen kitlelerin sokağa inmesi uzun sürmediİşte Asi Şehirler neoliberal iktisat tarafından kurgulanan Cities From the Right to PDFEPUB or kriz anlatısı ile krizin kendi üzerlerinden telafi edildiği kitlelerin konumu arasındaki makasın giderek açıldığı bu zaman kesitini tahlil ediyor Bir ayağı sokakta o. Reads like a series of unrelated essays which it primarily is Like most economic writing the ideas here for changing our society are buried too deeply in academic dryness Also remarkable how out of date the OWS stuff feels not even 10 years out

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Rebel Cities From the Right to the City to the Urban RevolutionLan kitap doğrudan eylem lehine uzun vadeli bir kavramsal analiz de sunuyor Harvey 'lerin ikinci yarısından bu yana olgunlaştırmakta olduğu kentsel iktisat anlayışını burada özlü bir biçimde ortaya koyarken bir yandan da kavramsal soru ve çözümlemelerin kentsel toplumsal hareketler açısından ne Cities From the ePUB #9734 gibi yeni doğrultulara işaret edebileceğini irdeliyorSokaktaki antikapitalist eylemliliğe yaslanan Asi Şehirler dil ve üslubuyla da akademi dışından okuru başköşeye buyur ediy. This is an interesting book about cities how the city is used as a battle ground by capital real estate developers financial institutions and how it can be reclaimed for progressive struggles By trying to appropriate cultural practices and urban landmarks for their own purposes capital also opens a new space for progressive politics to operate in David Harvey's analysis is anti dogmatic in the good sense of the word While not denying that primary exploitation under capitalism happens through wage labour he points out that financial elites don't really care whether they accumulate their profits directly through labour or through rent So we need to take in account both working and living as spaces of capitalist accumulationHarvey highlights the role of excessive investments in the built environment in the formation of many financial crises throughout the 20th and 21st century due to their dependence on fictitious capital that makes these constructions inherently unstable He also notes how urban capital is and dependent on a concept of symbolic capital to legitimize its monopoly positions and provides some strong criticisms of utopiananarchistcommune based forms of organization that fail to break with the logic of capitalist economy in a consistent way It is pretty obvious that the book is a collection of different articles put together but that doesn't make it worse The 3rd and 4th chapter about the urban commons and the creation of monopoly rent respectively were the ones I found most interesting overallI had my doubts about some of the supposed re readings of Marxism put forward such as focusing on the city instead of the factory as a prime site of value production Didn't Marx already point out that the city is the main place where the modern industrial working class originated More importantly are we not again neglecting other segments of the working class by putting too much emphasis on urban areas Harvey's criticism that many leftist groups still only focus on factory workers in the current year seems like a bit of a strawman at least outside of the most sectarian communist parties He is also rather uick to dismiss all earlier movements and revolutions that were historically led by a working class vanguard as if none of these ever knew any successes Not one mention of Cuba in a book about alternative urban politics At the same time it is not entirely clear to me what exact strategies and modes of organization he himself is defendingFinally as a non native speaker without a deep knowledge of financial concepts I did find some parts could have been expanded upon in a clearer way This especially counts for the 2nd chapter I would not say the whole book suffers from intellectualism or that it is unnecessarily verbose but it isn't 100% accessible to someone with scarce theoretical background either Still the positive in Rebel Cities easily outweighs the negative and it makes for a very relevant read