Beyond Capital: Toward a Theory of Transition
NYU Press, 1 nov. 2018 - 994 pages
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First, because no socialist can seriously entertain the idea that the capital system
can be historically superseded so long as the ascendancy of the bourgeois order
can assert itself on the global terrain. This means that the much needed ...
extraction of surplus labour back to its former capitalist economic mode of surplus
-value extraction — post-colonial countries did not have to make any effort at all
in order to become a dependent part of the global capitalist system, since they ...
Today, by contrast, the idea of universally prevailing monopolies which could
assert their interests within the framework of a fully integrated global economy,
lacks all rationality. The absurdity of this idea nowadays arises from the
ducers on a global scale (as opposed to their now prevailing vertical
subordination to an alien controlling force) first becomes possible. This is what
Marx must have meant when he anticipated the conscious self-realization of the
social agency ...
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