The essay analyzes the Marxian reading of Edward Gibbons Wakefield's modern theory of colonization to bring out the role Marx attributes to the state in the process of primitive accumulation as the engine of overcoming pre-capitalist forms of property. The separation of the producer from the means of production is regarded by Marx as the artifice underlying the natural laws of the capitalist mode of production.

The Artificial Nature and the Genetic History of Capital. Marx and the Modern Theory of Colonization / Paola Rudan. - STAMPA. - (2022), pp. 44-57.

The Artificial Nature and the Genetic History of Capital. Marx and the Modern Theory of Colonization

Paola Rudan
2022

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The essay analyzes the Marxian reading of Edward Gibbons Wakefield's modern theory of colonization to bring out the role Marx attributes to the state in the process of primitive accumulation as the engine of overcoming pre-capitalist forms of property. The separation of the producer from the means of production is regarded by Marx as the artifice underlying the natural laws of the capitalist mode of production.
2022
Global Marx. History and Critique of the Social Movement in the World Market
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The Artificial Nature and the Genetic History of Capital. Marx and the Modern Theory of Colonization / Paola Rudan. - STAMPA. - (2022), pp. 44-57.
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