Beyond Capital: Toward a Theory of Transition
Monthly Review Press, 1 déc. 2000 - 994 pages
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When such limits are reached in the course of historical development, it becomes
imperative to transform the established order's structural parameters — or, in
other words, its objective 'practical premisses' — which normally circumscribe the
cells or 'microcosms' to its most comprehensive global units of economic and
political interchange — the practical premisses of its mode of continued operation
must be set so as to secure the permanent subordination of labour to capital.
The practical dimension of the problem is that since the capital system cannot set
limits to itself, also, it cannot differentiate between the growth of a child and the
growth of a cancer. For in terms of capital's reductive practical equations — as ...
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