Harvey explains that Neoliberalism has become hegemonic as a mode of discourse meaning that in the realm of ideas it

Harvey explains that Neoliberalism has become hegemonic as a mode of discourse, meaning that in the realm of ideas, it is currently the dominant ideological force. To become dominant, however, another ideology must first be displaced or discredited as a mode of thinking. How is it that an idea/ideology becomes discredited? And if ideologies can become discredited, what might cause Neoliberalism to become discredited and replaceable? What, in your mind, might replace Neoliberalism as a hegemonic ideology?

 

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