Probably David Harvey is your man. Psychoanalysis.
Which of his books would you recommend?
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Harvey#Bibliography Explanation in Geography (1969) The Urbanization of Capital (1985) Consciousness and the Urban Experience (1985) Justice, Nature and the Geography of Difference (1996) Spaces of Hope (2000) Spaces of Capital: Towards a Critical Geography (2001) Paris, Capital of Modernity (2003) Spaces of Global Capitalism: Towards a Theory of Uneven Geographical Development (2006) Cosmopolitanism and the Geographies of Freedom (2009) Rebel Cities: From the Right to the City to the Urban Revolution (2012) The Ways of the World (2016)
Would you say spaces of capital is a good start? Also, as my post suggests I'm not well versed when it comes to the subject, what differentiates Marxist geography from mainstream geography? Which important concepts would you find in the former that you wouldn't find in the latter?
become woke m8
Do I need a Ph.D, LSD, autism, aliens, or any and all combinations of the aforementioned?
WHAT IS THIS WIZARDRY?!
That’s just fucking gibberish
a dumb attempt to systematize dialectics through linear algebra: dialectics.org
just autism, though any degree of formal studies in mathematics works and is basically equivalent
MY EYES THEY BURN
These lists have been making the rounds, one for economics, the other for philosophy. Mind you, I can't personally vouch for them, but some people said that the order is a bit weird, with some complex books coming before simpler ones. Mind you, by the end of it you'll be balls-deep in Marxist theory.
computer science and economic computability
GET IN THE FUCKING ROBOT SHINJI
So just an autistic mathematical way to describe a venn diagram.
those are some shitty lists comrade
Post the website. they actually have some decent explanations when it is in written form and not in diagram form.