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This podcast is organized on behalf of SPIDERS, the Seoul Platform for Initiating Discourses on Equitable and Resilient Society, and funded by the Seoul Institute. The talks complement a series of original papers published on the SPIDERS platform, dedicated to outlining the building blocks of post-capitalist political economies and societies, not oriented around growth and profit, but rather autonomy, interdependence, good lives and a flourishing web of life in times of profound planetary ch ...
 
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In this talk, Jacques Richard and Sebastian Berger introduce us to models of accounting, rooted in scientific knowledge regarding conditions for sustainability and satisfaction of basic human needs within specific social and natural environments and with available resources. Based on such knowledge, calculations in kind serve the purposes of normat…
 
In this talk, Thomas and Marjorie walk us through the history, basic principles and theory of change behind Community Wealth Building (CWB) institutions and strategies. Further down the line, we discuss several related topics, including the generative economy, platform cooperatives and the UBI versus Universal Basic Services debate. Excerpt from th…
 
In this talk, Pavlina R. Tcherneva helped us understand the Job Guarantee (JG) and associated policy proposals, diving into modern monetary theory, critiques of status quo arguments for continued unemployment, and the macroeconomic implications of the job guarantee system. She also helped us understand the timeliness of the job guarantee in light o…
 
Cosmolocalism represents an emerging body of theory and practice. At its heart it envisions a planetary mutualization of knowledge, in which localities benefit from and contribute to all other localities through open design, open hardware, open medicine and open knowledge, all of which supports and accelerates human wellbeing and a transition to lo…
 
Humanity’s most pressing need is to learn how to live within our planet’s boundaries — something that likely means doing without economic growth. How, then, can we create a non-growth society that is both just and equitable? Blair Fix attempts to address this question by looking at an aspect of sustainability (and equity) that is not often discusse…
 
In this talk, Mary Mellor helped us understand critiques of neoliberal theories of money, as well as radical alternative thinking on the subject, making the case for the democratisation of money as a route to socially just and ecologically sustainable systems of human provisioning, oriented around sufficiency. In the discussion, we delved deeper in…
 
In this talk, we discuss Claudia’s paper introducing the notion and roots of Buen Vivir and her work at the Multitrueke Mixiuhca Network on prosumer communities and local social-ecological currency. Follow-up topics include hegemony, cooptation, and the need to go beyond both bottom-up and top-down thinking, towards a ‘mesoeconomics’. From the pape…
 
In this talk, David Ames Curtis helps us in engaging with the work of Cornelius Castoriadis, imaginaries, his “project of autonomy”, and the rising tide of insignificancy, a key theme explored in depth in his paper, The Theme of “The Rising Tide of Insignificancy” in the Work of Cornelius Castoriadis. He also shares with us his experience in workin…
 
In this talk, John Boswell Cobb Jr. helped us understand the work of Alfred North Whitehead and process philosophy. We delved into the ideas of world loyalty, ecological civilization and community, as well as religious pluralism and interfaith dialogues. Rev. Dongwoo Lee helped us place these reflections in the Korean cultural, spiritual and econom…
 
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