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Do chemical-biological problems benefit capitalism?

So are mental illnesses a big benefit for capitalism as Mark Fisher said? I would say no, and I think this misunderstands the nature of the claim. The vested interests under capitalism benefit from ...
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Do chemical-biological problems benefit capitalism?

I think there is a glimmer of truth here, but paired with a number of dubious implications. What is true: drugs addressing biochemical factors in mental health are a big business. So by a loose ...
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Why free-market capitalism has become more associated to the right than to the left, to which it originally belonged?

Liberalism was probably originally supported by the left because they, by themselves, didn't have a strong enough position. I expect the ground on which they had a great deal of commonality was in the ...
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