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The Marxist tradition makes occasional reference to a “law of value”—but this “law” can scarcely be detected in most radical analyses of capitalism, its historical movements, and its relation to the web of life.
And although all waged labor (and the threat of it, if one is un- or under-employed) is subject to this fundamental capitalist violence, anti-capitalists, Marxist theorists, and radicals of all theoretical and practical persuasions have tended to designate particular people and groups as more and less the victims of capitalism.
Capitalism in the Web of Life Ecology and the Accumulation of Capital Jason W.
Mainstream and radical metabolism arguments have highlighted the importance of a historical perspective on the linkage of global capitalism (or industrial society) and global environmental change.1 We can say two things about this special place.
210 9.1 P O ST C O LO N I A L T H EO R Y AN D T H E SP E C T E R OF CA P I T A L W H A T IS A T S T A K E In the arguments we have examined so far, Subalternist theorists have rejected universalizing theories on the grounds that capitalism outside the West has had a fundamentally different trajectory than it had in the West.
A Fundamental Tradeoff in Capitalist Regulation Marx famously called his theory of socialism “scientific socialism,” a name meant to emphasis it’s hardnosed analysis of capitalism and the actual possibilities presented by the material conditions it produced.
First, I will elaborate the inherent contradictions of capitalism which ultimately get manifested in the form of crises and that are ultimately translated in the problems and predicament of proletarian class and marginalized regions.