Beyond Capital: Toward a Theory of Transition
Monthly Review Press, 1 déc. 2000 - 994 pages
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Also, he would have to abandon his idealization of the capitalist's eminent
qualifications for his 'local situation' under the circumstances of — nowadays in
an opposite sense idealized — 'globalization' of the economy. For the latter
the one and only viable form of socioeconomic reproduction, the idealized '
market society' and the 'equal opportunities' which such a society is supposed to
offer to all individuals. The reality, though, is that even in the most privileged part
To postulate, therefore, an organization (the idealized party) and a social/material
force (the proletariat as the similarly idealized 'identical subject-object of history')
is an attempt to do away with this problem by simply asserting that the ...
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