Beyond Capital: Toward a Theory of Transition
Monthly Review Press, 1 déc. 2000 - 994 pages
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At the same time, Lukács also had to try to turn Hegel's supra-individual subject
into a trans-individual collective subject fully in control of its own destiny, without
which the envisaged overcoming of 'tragedy in the realm of the ethical' would not
course of the envisaged transition from the capitalist 'realm of necessity' to the '
realm of freedom', i.e., in terms of the Marxian vision embraced by Lukács, from
the more or less blindly determined 'pre-history' of humanity to the consciously
BY the same token, it would be somewhat naive to imagine that we can leave
these problems behind by declaring that the dictatorship of the proletariat as a
political form belongs to the past, whereas the present and future are to be
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