Beyond Capital: Toward a Theory of Transition
Monthly Review Press, 1 déc. 2000 - 994 pages
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tion, no matter how successful the work of consciousness upon consciousness
temporarily might be in its effort to produce an 'ideological clarification'.Indeed,
leaving such grounds of determination intact is likely to end up reproducing
Toward a Theory of Transition Istvan Meszaros. tion of the conditions which are
said to be 'already complete in their essential nature'. As we can see, in the
framework of such an 'organic' conception which takes 'civil society' for granted,
tion to capitalist marketization in the Autumn of 1990 had for its speech-writer
Stanislav Shatalin, the leading economist of Brezhnev's 'administrative command
system' once rhetorically denounced by Gorbachev. In fact commentators could ...
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