Beyond Capital: Towards a Theory of Transition
Monthly Review Press, 1 janv. 1995 - 994 pages
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And since Marx adopted the 'standpoint of labour' in his attempt to spell out a
radical alternative to the given structural order, his conception of history had to be
diametrically opposed to that of Hegel. To be sure, Marx's concept of capital as a
At the same time the Hegelian proposition, constituting the conceptual ground of
the system, according to which 'truth is the whole', had to be fully rehabilitated
and, with it, Lukacs's earlier conception of subjectivity — wedded to a conception
Together with Hobbes' bellum omnium contra omnes (war of all against all), they
belong to a certain type of theory with which Marx's conception of the social
individual — oriented and motivated within the framework of a specific social ...
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The Shadow of Uncontroliability
CAPITAL S ORDER OF SOCIAL METABOLIC REPRODUCTION
SOLUTIONS TO THE UNCONTROLLABILITY OF CAPITAL
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