published on October 11, 2015
Economy of Turbulence
How to Escape from the Global State of Emergency?
In this article, I shed some light on the turbulence paradigm that appeared in the 1970s. This paradigm understands society in terms of a permanent non-equilibrium, and this non-equilibrium in turn gives rise to an economy of turbulence supposedly able to deal with the “risks” produced by this ontological situation. To escape the constant state of emergency induced by this paradigm, we need an ecology of separation able to produce a distance within the interior of this socio-economic situation.