Beyond Capital: Towards a Theory of Transition
Monthly Review Press, 1 janv. 1995 - 994 pages
"Not only profound in its analysis, but also so passionately inspired by sympathy for the downtrodden and their struggle for liberation. . ."
"This is an important book, heavy in size and tone. It belongs in every serious library."
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Towards a Theory of Transition István Mészáros. subjected — with the greatest
imaginable iniquities, in conformity to the historically at any particular time
prevailing power relations — to the alienating imperatives of the global capital
But the same imperative operates in the socialist economy. There the business
firm seeks to minimize or exclude control by the bureaucracy. . . . The industrial
system has no inherent capacity for regulating total demand — for ensuring a ...
But if they do, it is an idealistic reversal of the actual state of affairs to represent
material dictates as moral imperatives which, if unheeded, would be followed by
material dictates and sanctions. In reality, material dictates are internalized as ...
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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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