My word, is this brilliant! Excerpts from a new book by Adam Arvidsson & Nicolai Peitersen, The Ethical Economy. They are publishing it online and making it it into a Wiki as well, so it can be group edited.
Securitization of life conduct, yes, as in the securitization of the public square by venture entrepreneurs and forprofit social media; the securitization of wisdom/folly by think tanks; the securitization of intellectual dishonesty, spectacle, and disinformation by newscasters; the securitization of surveillance by government and business; the securitization of prisons, violence, and war. We have securitized and bankrupted an entire way of life. At least we have bubble-bailouts. An old progressive adage is that we must be the change we seek in the world; in community with others, we can and must exemplify an ethical way of life that defies securitization, or keeps it in its place, subordinate to our humanity.