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In 2000, they tried progressive governance instead, but theThird Way had stuck. Through looking at euphemisms used during the 1990s by policymakers, international organisations and a host of academics, commentators and earnest middle-aged `consultants', this chapter is a plea for a new radical vision, one that puts distributive justice and equality firmly back at the centre of the debate about the type of society and economy that should be pursued in the `post-twentieth' century. It starts, as the sub-title of the chapter might suggest, by recalling a central insight of Karl Polanyi (1944) in hisThe GreatTransformation.
In particular, he suggests that Marxist theory (within the context of the subdiscipline of economic geography) was based on a notion of privileged knowledge and a rational, universal and essentialist concept of the subject, features which he argues are no longer tenable. K. Gibson-Graham (1995, 1996). GibsonGraham engage with feminist and non-essentialist Marxist thinking about identity and difference to argue for a re-envisioning of capitalism. GibsonGraham suggest that critical political economy has been cast in capital-centric ways which has inadvertently regulated and reinforced visions of `capitalist hegemony'.
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