Beyond Capital: Towards a Theory of Transition
Monthly Review Press, 1 janv. 1995 - 994 pages
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Consequently, capital's mode of social metabolic control cannot prevail under
present-day conditions without heavily relying on the politically managed '
extraneous help' which, in the view of the various representatives of the 'Radical
Given such parameters, the socialist project, paradoxically, cannot help defining
itself in the first place as a radical disjuncture between its fundamental historical
objective and its immediately feasible one. The former aims at the establishment
4.3 The historical moment of radical politics THE difficulty is that the 'moment' of
radical politics is strictly limited by the nature of the crises in question and the
temporal determinations of their unfolding. The breach opened up at times of
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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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