Anticapital para o século XXI (sobre a metacrise do capitalismo e as possibilidades abertas para a política radical)

Palavras-chave: capitalismo, crise, democracia, emancipação, hegemonia, marxismo, neoliberalismo, política radical

Resumo

Tomando o caráter moderado dos protestos sociais recentes como seu ponto de partida, esta análise investiga as democracias liberais em seu estado atual, um estado em que a suposta crise do capitalismo entrou, ela própria, em crise – uma condição social de metacrise, marcada pela ausência de energias utópicas e da prospectiva de uma revolução –, ao mesmo tempo que a sociedade experiencia a si mesma em crise perpétua. Esta investigação apreende, então, o potencial de mudança radical pelo prisma da subversão do capitalismo (e não da derrubada dele ou da resistência a ele) através de práticas que combatam a própria dinâmica constitutiva do capitalismo – a produção de lucro.

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2020-06-27
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Azmanova, A., & Filho, J. I. (2020). Anticapital para o século XXI (sobre a metacrise do capitalismo e as possibilidades abertas para a política radical). Cadernos De Filosofia Alemã: Crítica E Modernidade, 25(1), 149-163. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2318-9800.v25i1p149-163
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