Issue 2, January 2017 – Debt and Value

Debt and Value

Edited by Mike Grimshaw and Cindy Zeiher

Contents

Introduction: “Debt and Value: Illusions of Axiology and Coherence
Cindy Zeiher and Mike Grimshaw

Daniel Krier, “Debt, Value and Economic Theology

Jeta Mulaj, “Exchange-Value and the Concealment of Theft and Violence

Roland Boer, “Reconsidering Debt Remission in Light of the Ancient World

Philip Goodchild, “On the Origins of Modern Debt and Value: Revisiting Friedrich Nietzsche and William Petty

David Pavón-Cuéllar, “The Indebted Creditors: Colonialism, Underdevelopment and the Invaluable Value of the Historic Debt

Mark Worrell, “Value and Debt

Christian Lotz, “Fiction without Fantasy. Capital Fetishism as Objective Forgetting

Hollis Phelps, “Parasites on Unwilling Hosts: Student Loan Debt and the Generation of Value

Luigi Pellizzoni, “On The Infinity of Debt

Andreas Peter, “The Displaced Object of Critique: From the Mode of Production to the Mode of Indebtment

Ted Stolze, “Paul’s Gift Economy: Wages, Debt, and Debt Cancellation

Serene Richards, “Debt, à la Lettre: The Promise of Debt and the Duty of the Indebted

Nathan Gorelick, “The Real (of) Debt: Notes Toward an Ethics of Trash

David Gabbard, “Consolidated Energy: Hillary Clinton and the 2016 U.S. Presidential Campaign

Teja Or, “Debt, Value and Dignity – as a Human Value and as a Moral Value

Book Reviews

Mike Grimshaw, “Of Remixology: Ethics and Aesthetics After Remix” by David J. Gunkel

Edwin Zorilla, “Bitter Sweets: A Review of Alfie Bown’s Enjoying It: Candy Crush and Capitalism

Notes on Contributors