Napredna pretraga

Pregled bibliografske jedinice broj: 223426

Money and the Technologies of Subjugation: Post-structuralism and Political Economy


Mraović, Branka
Money and the Technologies of Subjugation: Post-structuralism and Political Economy // Globalisation and Social Responsibility / Crowther, David ; Caliyurt, Kiymet (ur.).
Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2006. str. 219-252


Naslov
Money and the Technologies of Subjugation: Post-structuralism and Political Economy

Autori
Mraović, Branka

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Globalisation and Social Responsibility

Urednik/ci
Crowther, David ; Caliyurt, Kiymet

Izdavač
Cambridge Scholars Press

Grad
Cambridge

Godina
2006

Raspon stranica
219-252

ISBN
9781904303787

Ključne riječi
Money, Subjugation, Post-structuralism, Political Economy

Sažetak
Understanding the nature of subjugation as a whole and its inner economic logics is possible only through reflecting on capitalist dynamics in both aspects economic and philosophical. Hence, the synthesis of economy and philosophy sheds light on the power of money as the supreme social power through which social reproduction is subordinated to the reproduction of capital. The paper examines the role of money within the mature money economy, by using the contribution of the political economy and post-structuralism, in which the theoretical complementarity of these two scientific disciplines is pointed out. On a global level, subjugation is institutionalised through the principal international economic and financial organisations. Consequently, today is no longer possible to discuss the political development of any state or region separately from the movement of money on the world markets, which revels the inherently global nature of power relations. The power of money is not the power of banks and financial institutions, but rather the power of capital in its most abstract form. The author argues that it is the self-reifying character of capital that distinguishes it from other social subjects of knowledge, making it into an object whose deep structure can be understood through dialectic logic. Money cannot be treated as an aspect of the economics, but rather as social power which has meaning only when it commands the work of others. Hence, its role is changed and is constituted by the antagonistic social relations of capitalism. Money is something external to the social conflict, but is a form of social relations and class struggle.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Sociologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekt / tema
0007019

Ustanove
Geodetski fakultet, Zagreb

Profili:

Avatar Url Branka Mraović (autor)

Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Mraović, Branka
Money and the Technologies of Subjugation: Post-structuralism and Political Economy // Globalisation and Social Responsibility / Crowther, David ; Caliyurt, Kiymet (ur.).
Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press, 2006. str. 219-252
Mraović, B. (2006) Money and the Technologies of Subjugation: Post-structuralism and Political Economy. U: Crowther, D. & Caliyurt, K. (ur.) Globalisation and Social Responsibility. Cambridge, Cambridge Scholars Press, str. 219-252.
@inbook{inbook, author = {Mraovi\'{c}, B.}, year = {2006}, pages = {219-252}, keywords = {Money, Subjugation, Post-structuralism, Political Economy}, isbn = {9781904303787}, title = {Money and the Technologies of Subjugation: Post-structuralism and Political Economy}, keyword = {Money, Subjugation, Post-structuralism, Political Economy}, publisher = {Cambridge Scholars Press}, publisherplace = {Cambridge} }