Not enough teeth; there seem to be pulled punches, particularly at the end where the author is talking about confirmation bias, as if that could carry water for a paranoid murderer who was life-long friends with Nazi war criminals.
Success! Lucas Rizoli has read 36 of 27 books.
I appreciate Fisher's clear identification of three fissures (eh?) in capitalist realism to explore and exploit (though he only skips chapters off the surface of the latter two): environmental catastrophes, mental health issues endemic to Western cultures, and center-less deracinating bureaucracy.
All the book’s arguments, insights, and examples are relevant and clear. I could roll them around, poke at them, find faults, find ways to fit them with or compare them against others, prove and store them for later. It's wide-ranging, provocative, but not so wild or different from what (in 2021) is beached like dead whales on the shores of the WEIRD middle class.