Beyond Capital: Toward a Theory of Transition
NYU Press, 1 nov. 2018 - 994 pages
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Since, however, the structural antagonism of production and control is
inextricable from the microcosms of the capital system, the combination of the
particular socioeconomic units into a comprehensive productive and distributive
the fundamental socioeconomic forms, nor as more or less directly determined by
the latter. There can be no question of a uni-directional determination of the
modern state by an independent material base.For capital's socioeconomic base
Moreover, even within the framework of the same socioeconomic formation —
e.g. the capitalist — it can switch from fulfilling its functions in a, say, liberal-
democratic legal/political institutional network to adopting an openly dictatorial
form of ...
... be understood if their transhistorical dimension—i.e. the relative continuity of
their successful reproduction across centuries—is not confounded with their far-
distant but in their socioeconomic substance very different historical antecedents.
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