Exploitation and Oppression in Erik Olin Wright’s Social Theory, and a Marxian Complement

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  • João Alexandre Peschanski

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2237-4485.lev.2012.132296

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Marxismo, Exploración, Teoría social

Resumo

Exploitation and oppression remain key concepts in Erik Olin Wright's social theory, and this piece provides a general mapping of those concepts. These concepts are defined and their connection is cleared out. Marx's theory of industrial reserve army is discussed to make the point that non-exploited workers are potentially useful for understanding how apparently superfluous people for exploiters have an impact on exploitation dynamics. Marx's point contributes to Wright's overall conceptual enterprise

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Publicado

2012-04-18

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Peschanski, J. A. (2012). Exploitation and Oppression in Erik Olin Wright’s Social Theory, and a Marxian Complement. Leviathan (São Paulo), (4), 138-149. https://doi.org/10.11606/issn.2237-4485.lev.2012.132296

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Teoria Política