La composición de clase en el capitalismo actual. El enfoque del post-obrerismo
- Brunet, Ignasi; Pizzi, Alejandro
- This article approaches the idea of Italian post- workerism (or autonomist Marxism) according to which post-Fordism labor transformations are responsible for the material conditions of production to a newly composed working class. Italian Autonomism is a western Marxist current developed along the 1970s movements. Movements that marked the end of the value law. On this thesis basis, autonomism developed another one: on post-Fordist capitalism, from abstract knowledge comes the main productive strength, relegating the waged labor time expense to a non-central position in the creation of value. It’s capitalism in times of General intellect or Collective Intelligence’s social incarnation that is manifested through centralizing communication in labor processes and the mind’s generic faculties in the production process.
- Type of Publication:
- social movements, post - fordism, postfordism, inmaterial labor, labor, multitude, social class
- Revista Izquierdas