The grave politics of usefulness

We all want our work to be valuable. And by valuable we mean useful. And by useful we mean that there should be a beneficiary. And if there’s a beneficiary, we need to have some kind of a transaction involving money. And when that happens we call the action to be productive.

In the contemporary world, Productivity has been trivialized to transactions that are capable of generating money. A farmer…

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