Transcending the Economy: On the Potential of Passionate Labor and the Wastes of the Market by Michael Perelman

in Historical Materialism
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Transcending the Economy: On the Potential of Passionate Labor and the Wastes of the Market by Michael Perelman

in Historical Materialism

References

1

See Schweickart 2002and other books.

2

See for example Dowd 1989.

4

See Devine 2000for another example of viewing society as a multitude of possible equilibria.

5

See Draper 1990Chapter 1.

6

To Ruth Levitas 1990p. 35: ‘The real dispute between Marx and Engels and the utopian socialists is not about the merits of goals or of images of the future but about the process of transformation and particularly about the belief that propaganda alone [about the ideal society] would result in the realization of socialism’.

7

Marx 1990p. 284.

9

Bellamy 1967 [1887] p. 155.

10

Bellamy 1967 [1887] p. 157.

11

See for example Barklay and Stengel 1975.

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