The Resource The specter of capitalism and the promise of a classless society, Donald Weiss

The specter of capitalism and the promise of a classless society, Donald Weiss

Label
The specter of capitalism and the promise of a classless society
Title
The specter of capitalism and the promise of a classless society
Statement of responsibility
Donald Weiss
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Weiss, Donald
Index
index present
LC call number
HD75.7
LC item number
.W45 1993
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • Economic development
  • Capitalism
  • Marxian economics
  • Philosophy, Marxist
  • Social classes
  • Social structure
  • Post-communism
  • Philosophy
  • Social sciences
  • Kapitalismus
  • Marxismus
  • Wissenschaftstheorie
  • Capitalism
  • Economic development
  • Marxian economics
  • Philosophy
  • Philosophy, Marxist
  • Post-communism
  • Social classes
  • Social sciences
  • Social structure
Label
The specter of capitalism and the promise of a classless society, Donald Weiss
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical reference and index
Contents
  • Prelude: Is Marxism Dead? 1. The Utopian Prospect. 2. The Decline of the East. 3. The Specter of Communism? -- Introduction: Technological Emancipation: Its Importance and Its Limits. 1. Varieties of Contemporary Interpretation. 2. The "End of History"? 3. The Ideal of Formative Parity. 4. Marx Versus the Classical Defense of Capitalism. 5. Confronting Marxism in its Own Terms. 6. The Methodological Limits of this Study. 7. The Project -- Pt. 1. Down from Utopia. 1. Beyond the Coercion of Labor: Toward the Inner Sanctum of Marxian Communism. 1. Marx's Attack on the Coercion of Labor. 2. Beyond Economic "Punishment" 3. The Dialectics of Scarcity. 4. "Free Labor" as "Damned Serious" 5. Marx's "Promethean" Commitment. 2. The Modern Prometheus: A Fundamental Contradiction in Marxian Social Theory. 1. Prometheus Bound and Unbound. 2. The Temporary Necessity of Capitalism. 3. Automation and the Abolition of Capital. 4. Marx at Odds with His Own Dialectics of Scarcity. 5. Marx contra Marx
  • 6. Privation and Coercion as "Moments of Motion" 3. Speculation and Surplus Value: Marx and the Failure of Orthodox Communist Theory. 1. Alienation as Expropriation. 2. Expropriation as Surplus Value. 3. Capitalist Speculation: Non-Science as Non-Work. 4. Science and the Appropriation Problem. 5. Hegel and the Vindication of Speculative Labor. 6. Postmodernism and the Problem of Political Economy. 7. The Call of the Wild. 8. Speculation as Mental Labor. 9. The End of the Matter? -- Pt. 2. The Prospect of Classless Capitalism. 4. The Ideal of the Classless Society: The Challenge of Formative Parity. 1. What Can Be Salvaged? 2. The Sublimation of Commodification and Class. 3. Marx and the Significance of Birth Privileges. 4. Formative Parity and the Abolition of Classes. 5. Formative Parity as Inescapable Prima Facie Ideal. 6. The Logic of Thresholds. 7. Explaining Social Classes: Marx on the Mental-Manual Division of Labor. 8. Is the Parity Threshold within Reach?
  • 5. The Coming of the Classless Society: Two Revolutions in the History of Education. 1. The Question of Means. 2. Money as the Measure. 3. Public Schools and the Abolition of Classes. 4. Should Education Remain Public? 5. The Rationality of Public Education as a Historically Relative Question. 6. Transition to the Question of Privatization. 7. Public Education and the Bias of the Canon. 8. The Market as Essential to the Attenuation of Class. 9. The Importance of Mandated Stipends. 6. Classless Capitalism: Problems in Interpretation. 1. The Marginalization of Formative Disparities. 2. Distortions in the Determination of Talent. 3. Education and Domination. 4. Ecological Dialectics. 5. Formative Parity as a Rational Historical Trend. 6. Living up to Our Rhetoric -- Conclusion: Beyond the Ideology the Age: The Nature and Limits of the Contradiction between Capitalism and Communism. 1. Why Have "Capitalism" and "Communism" Been Opposed? 2. Toward a New Social Paradigm
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xii, 191 p.
Isbn
9780391037526
Lccn
91045221
System control number
  • (OCoLC)25026129
  • (OCoLC)ocm25026129
Label
The specter of capitalism and the promise of a classless society, Donald Weiss
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical reference and index
Contents
  • Prelude: Is Marxism Dead? 1. The Utopian Prospect. 2. The Decline of the East. 3. The Specter of Communism? -- Introduction: Technological Emancipation: Its Importance and Its Limits. 1. Varieties of Contemporary Interpretation. 2. The "End of History"? 3. The Ideal of Formative Parity. 4. Marx Versus the Classical Defense of Capitalism. 5. Confronting Marxism in its Own Terms. 6. The Methodological Limits of this Study. 7. The Project -- Pt. 1. Down from Utopia. 1. Beyond the Coercion of Labor: Toward the Inner Sanctum of Marxian Communism. 1. Marx's Attack on the Coercion of Labor. 2. Beyond Economic "Punishment" 3. The Dialectics of Scarcity. 4. "Free Labor" as "Damned Serious" 5. Marx's "Promethean" Commitment. 2. The Modern Prometheus: A Fundamental Contradiction in Marxian Social Theory. 1. Prometheus Bound and Unbound. 2. The Temporary Necessity of Capitalism. 3. Automation and the Abolition of Capital. 4. Marx at Odds with His Own Dialectics of Scarcity. 5. Marx contra Marx
  • 6. Privation and Coercion as "Moments of Motion" 3. Speculation and Surplus Value: Marx and the Failure of Orthodox Communist Theory. 1. Alienation as Expropriation. 2. Expropriation as Surplus Value. 3. Capitalist Speculation: Non-Science as Non-Work. 4. Science and the Appropriation Problem. 5. Hegel and the Vindication of Speculative Labor. 6. Postmodernism and the Problem of Political Economy. 7. The Call of the Wild. 8. Speculation as Mental Labor. 9. The End of the Matter? -- Pt. 2. The Prospect of Classless Capitalism. 4. The Ideal of the Classless Society: The Challenge of Formative Parity. 1. What Can Be Salvaged? 2. The Sublimation of Commodification and Class. 3. Marx and the Significance of Birth Privileges. 4. Formative Parity and the Abolition of Classes. 5. Formative Parity as Inescapable Prima Facie Ideal. 6. The Logic of Thresholds. 7. Explaining Social Classes: Marx on the Mental-Manual Division of Labor. 8. Is the Parity Threshold within Reach?
  • 5. The Coming of the Classless Society: Two Revolutions in the History of Education. 1. The Question of Means. 2. Money as the Measure. 3. Public Schools and the Abolition of Classes. 4. Should Education Remain Public? 5. The Rationality of Public Education as a Historically Relative Question. 6. Transition to the Question of Privatization. 7. Public Education and the Bias of the Canon. 8. The Market as Essential to the Attenuation of Class. 9. The Importance of Mandated Stipends. 6. Classless Capitalism: Problems in Interpretation. 1. The Marginalization of Formative Disparities. 2. Distortions in the Determination of Talent. 3. Education and Domination. 4. Ecological Dialectics. 5. Formative Parity as a Rational Historical Trend. 6. Living up to Our Rhetoric -- Conclusion: Beyond the Ideology the Age: The Nature and Limits of the Contradiction between Capitalism and Communism. 1. Why Have "Capitalism" and "Communism" Been Opposed? 2. Toward a New Social Paradigm
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xii, 191 p.
Isbn
9780391037526
Lccn
91045221
System control number
  • (OCoLC)25026129
  • (OCoLC)ocm25026129

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