Professor of Economic Social and Political Sciences Chair of Economic and Social Ethics Philippe Van Parijs, Philippe van Parijs
Cambridge University Press, 8 juil. 1993 - 246 pages
The essays collected in this book reflect the author's conviction that the Marxist tradition can be kept alive as an essential political component of the Left not through dutiful conservation, but through ruthless recycling. The book draws lessons from the blind alleys to which Marxist thought led, and preserves and develops the most precious insights it contains. In particular, it spells out and defends the controversial notion of a "capitalist road to communism" that would remain true to the Marxian ideal while embracing capitalism.
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adequate universal grant amount argue argument assumption basic income capitalist Carens causal chapter claim Cohen communism composition of capital concept crises criterion defined definition discussion economic effect Elster equal equilibrium rate ethical example falling rate formal freedom fruit functional explanation fundamental needs given Glyn guaranteed income hence historical materialism increase inequalities interpretation job assets John Roemer Jon Elster labour value labour-power latter leisure less Marx Marx's Marxian Marxist means of production mode of production notion Okishio Okishio's theorem organic composition Parijs perfect competition Philippe Van Parijs political possible primacy puzzle primacy thesis productive forces Przeworski rate of exploitation rate of profit real wage reference relations of production relevant rise Roemer satiation set sense Shaikh skills socialist society structure surplus-value tax rate technical change theory transition unemployment unequal exchange variant Veen weak abundance wealth welfare workers Wright