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Seventeen contradictions and the end of capitalism / David Harvey.

By: Harvey, David, 1935-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookCall no.: ECON HB 2014 627748Publication: New York : Oxford University Press, 2014Description: xiv, 338 p.ISBN: 9780199360260 (hardback); 019936026X (hardback).Subject(s): Capitalism | Financial crises
Contents:
Introduction On Contradiction -- Part One: The Foundational Contradictions -- 1 Use Value and Exchange Value -- 2 The Social Value of Labour and Its Representation by Money -- 3 Private Property and the Capitalist State -- 4 Private Appropriation and Common Wealth -- 5 Capital and Labour -- 6 Capital as Process or Thing? -- 7 The Contradictory Unity of Production and Realisation -- Part Two: The Moving Contradictions -- 8 Technology, Work and Human Disposability -- 9 Divisions of Labour -- 10 Monopoly and Competition: Centralisation and Decentralisation
11 Uneven Geographical Developments and the Production of Space -- 12 Disparities of Income and Wealth -- 13 Social Reproduction -- 14 Freedom and Domination -- Part Three: The Dangerous Contradictions -- 15 Endless Compound Growth -- 16 Capital's Relation to Nature -- 17 The Revolt of Human Nature: Universal Alienation -- Conclusion Prospects for a Happy but Contested Future: The Promise of Revolutionary Humanism -- Epilogue Ideas for Political Praxis.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction On Contradiction -- Part One: The Foundational Contradictions -- 1 Use Value and Exchange Value -- 2 The Social Value of Labour and Its Representation by Money -- 3 Private Property and the Capitalist State -- 4 Private Appropriation and Common Wealth -- 5 Capital and Labour -- 6 Capital as Process or Thing? -- 7 The Contradictory Unity of Production and Realisation -- Part Two: The Moving Contradictions -- 8 Technology, Work and Human Disposability -- 9 Divisions of Labour -- 10 Monopoly and Competition: Centralisation and Decentralisation

11 Uneven Geographical Developments and the Production of Space -- 12 Disparities of Income and Wealth -- 13 Social Reproduction -- 14 Freedom and Domination -- Part Three: The Dangerous Contradictions -- 15 Endless Compound Growth -- 16 Capital's Relation to Nature -- 17 The Revolt of Human Nature: Universal Alienation -- Conclusion Prospects for a Happy but Contested Future: The Promise of Revolutionary Humanism -- Epilogue Ideas for Political Praxis.

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