In the context of a pervasive and long-standing financial crisis, Joseph Vogl questions the capitalist system, its secrets, its modus operandi
, and the way it perpetuates itself. One of the most noteworthy books on the economic
crisis in Europe.
Joseph Vogl is Professor of German Literature
, Cultural and Media Studies at Humboldt University Berlin and Permanent Visiting Professor at Princeton University. He has published numerous books and articles and has also translated major contemporary French philosophers
such as Gilles Deleuze
and Jean-François Lyotard.