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“The key mistake of the mode of production model was to define ‘production’ simply as the production of material objects; any adequate theory of ‘production’ would have to give at least equal place to the production of people and social relations.”
“The key mistake of the mode of production model was to define ‘production’ simply as the production of material objects; any adequate theory of ‘production’ would have to give at least equal place to the production of people and social relations.”
I am a big fan of Graeber’s writings on Debt, Bureaucracy, and Bullshit Jobs, but I have always found this article profound in that when we understand production broadly, so much makes more sense.
I am a big fan of Graeber’s writings on Debt, Bureaucracy, and Bullshit Jobs, but I have always found this article profound in that when we understand production broadly, so much makes more sense.
I’m a fan of Graeber too. I think the theses in this article also highlight the importance of Bourdieu’s work on sociocultural forms of capital and their expression/production/reproduction through the concept of habitus. I guess all of this thinking is grounded in Hegelian master/slave dialectic though right?
I’m a fan of Graeber too. I think the theses in this article also highlight the importance of Bourdieu’s work on sociocultural forms of capital and their expression/production/reproduction through the concept of habitus. I guess all of this thinking is grounded in Hegelian master/slave dialectic though right?
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