Beyond Capital: Toward a Theory of Transition
Monthly Review Press, 1 déc. 2000 - 994 pages
"Not only profound in its analysis, but also so passionately inspired by sympathy for the downtrodden and their struggle for liberation. . ."
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The main reason why this system must escape a meaningful degree of human
control is precisely because it itself emerged in the course of history as a most
powerful — indeed up to the present time by far the most powerful – 'totalizing' ...
of course, the criteria for regulating distribution and consumption — are
fictionalized as individual consumer sovereignty'. Since, however, the structural
antagonism of production and control is inextricable from the microcosms of the
This new-found normality of the capitalist system enables it to displace (but, of
course, not to eliminate) a fundamental contradiction of developed capital:
overproduction. For, thanks to the ability of the military/industrial complex to
impose its ...
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BREAKING THE SPELL OF UNIVERSAL PERMANENT CAPITAL
Historical Legacy of the Socialist Critique
SOLUTIONS TO THE UNCONTROLLABILITY OF CAPITAL
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