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2. The reference to cruel sports as a means to depict the pleasures of future, labor-free society causes me a significant discomfort, despite knowing that “fishing” and “hunting” are used by Marx metaphorically, rather than literally and that he was a product of a very different culture than me. Ultimately, I have to accept that I do not agree with everything from my favorite philosopher. R EFER ENCES Arendt, Hannah. 1958. The Human Condition. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. 2002. ” Social Research 2: 273–319.
In effect, workers rent their tools as they now rent their accommodation (constructed and owned by the factory owners) and what money they have is spent on subsistence, and not on investments. In short, workers do not own capital and are only ever in possession of enough money to struggle to subsist—rather than to enter into the capitalist class. Depriving workers of the tools that they might otherwise need to free themselves Becoming Cinem a 51 from bondage to labor, in conjunction with depriving them of capital, means that their exploitation is institutionalized, or, as Louis Althusser and Étienne Balibar (2009) might argue, ideologically naturalized.
The Corrosion of Character: The Personal Consequences of Work in the New Capitalism. W. Norton & Company. 2006. The Culture of New Capitalism. New Haven: Yale University Press. Standing, Guy. 2011. The Precariat: The New Dangerous Class. London: Bloomsbury. Virno, Paolo. 2004. Translated by Isabella Bertoletti, James Cascaito, and Andrea Casson. Los Angeles: Semiotext(e). Warwick, Kevin. 2002. I, Cyborg. London: Century. Pa rt I Neol i be r a l Wor k Chapter 1 A f f ec t i v e L a bor a n d A l i e nat ion i n UP I N T H E A I R Ian Fraser* The neoliberal phase of capitalism has been typified by its ruthlessness in its treatment of labor and this has been captured dramatically by Up in the Air (2009), directed by Jason Reitman, and adapted from Walter Kirn’s novel (Kirn 2001), which focuses on a corporate consultant, Ryan Bingham, whose job is to fly around the United States firing workers.
Work in Cinema: Labor and the Human Condition by Ewa Mazierska (eds.)