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Video: Crisis of Capitalism

David Harvey says it's time to look beyond capitalism toward a new social order that really would allow us to live within a system that could be reasonable, just and humane.
Explanatory formats, institutional failures, obsession with false theory and cultural origins are discussed in this video from RSA Animate in Britain.

Where is the debate and discussion? We have a duty to change our mode of thinking.

to watch the 11-minute video posted on June 28, 2010, click on


to watch David Harvey's 31-minute presentation on the crises of capitalism, click on

 link to www.thersa.org

homepage: homepage: http://www.wearemany.org
address: address: http://www.onthecommons.org

More Videos and Animations from RSA Animate 02.Feb.2011 18:47


Here are more videos and animations from dear Brits in RSA Animate. Enjoy!
Education is the great transformer (JKGalbraith)!
Time for access to replace excess! The horse is economic recovery. Create jobs and the deficit will gradually be reduced (Robert Kuttner).

Video: "21st Century Enlightenment"

Matthew Taylor explores the meaning of 21st century enlightenment, how the idea might help us meet the challenges we face today, and the role that can be played by organisations such as the RSA

Matthew Taylor lecture, 1 hr 14 min
 link to www.thersa.org

Video: "Crises of Capitalism," 11 min

Video: "David Harvey on Crises of Capitalism," 31 min
 link to www.thersa.org

Radical sociologist David Harvey asks: is it time to look beyond capitalism towards a new social order that would allow us to live within a system that really could be responsible, just, and humane?

Video: "Chaning Education Paradigms," 11 min

"Empathic Civilization," 11 min

Video: Barbara Ehrenreich, "Smile or Die," 10 min

Barbara Ehrenreich lecture at RSA that inspired the animation, 34 min

"How cultural theory can offer a new economic paradigm," Michael Thompson and Matthew Taylor, 9 min