Regimes of Capital in the Post-digital Age provides a view of the current state of capitalism, through the interrogation of key diagnoses offered by philosophers and social theorists.

With attention to questions about the manner in which the advent of the information age has shaped capitalism, the implications of the post-digital age for social capital, and the possible forms of resistance to the problematic aspects of capitalism, it will appeal to scholars of sociology, philosophy and social theory with interests in critical theory, capitalist society and digital culture.

Introduction: Capital and Beyond Part I: Capitalism’s New Clothes? 1. ‘The Age of Resilience’; 2. Capital, Or, Information: Affective Labor, Historical Materialism, and the Convergence of Forces and Relations of Production; 3. Anthropocene, Capitalocene or Pliroforicene? Regardless, We Need Gelassenheit; 4. Capital after Vaccinations Part II: Capital in the Information Age 5. The Invention of the Brain: Artificial Intelligence and Libidinal Symptomatology; 6. Beyond the Automated Left: On the Autonomy of AI Ecologies; 7. Information Vectors and the Capitalization of Social Practices; 8. Hacking as a Weapon: Exposing the Underlying Imperfections of Neoliberal Democracy Through Technology in Mr. Robot Part III: Varieties of Social Capital 9. Exchanges; 10. Not Quite a Capital but Still Capital Results: An Ethnographic Critique of Bourdieu’s Notion of Social Capital; 11. Social capital in labor relations influenced by digitalization trends; 12. Images in the Age of Social Media: Capitalism, Consumerism, and Liberalism Part IV: Capitalism and Its Others 13. Who will take part in knowledge? On the condition(s) of knowledge socialism; 14. The concept of natural history in Marx’s Capital and Adorno’s The Idea of Natural History: nature, the cage of self-preservation and critique of political economy; 15. Capitalism and Slowness: Resistance or Reterritorialization? The Case of Slow Food