The future must be convivial

This book tries to flesh out the second convivialist manifesto of the year 2020 and to imagine a post-neoliberal and post-growth future – “one that is attractive to an Italian worker, a Spanish peasant, a farmer in Senegal, an inhabitant of a favela in Rio or a slum in Bombay, an Egyptian employee, an Iraqi doctor, a Chinese student, but also one that a French or German company director would be happy to live in” (p. 17), as the editors Frank Adloff and Alain Caillé write in their introduction.

Convivial Futures is about the social transformation that “convivialises” the economy and “pluriversalises” the relations with nature.

The book, published in April 2022, is accessible online for free.


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