In his famous essay “Capitalist Realism,” British scholar Mark Fisher described the triumphal march of neoliberalism as a time in which it is easier to imagine the end of the world than the end of the reigning economic order. His new volume “Ghosts of My Life” collects writings about depression, the loss of the future and the return of the past.
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