neocapitalism


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neocapitalism

(ˌniːəʊˈkæpɪtəlɪzəm)
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1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a politico-economic theory combining elements of capitalism and socialism
2. (Economics) a politico-economic theory combining elements of capitalism and socialism
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The dissolution of the verse mirrors the disintegration of the present, in the poet's political and literary attitude: his "desperate vitality" (331) needs to measure itself against the radical changes that neocapitalism and homogenization are operating on all Italian social strata.
In some ways, "Dissolving city" reaffirms themes explored at length in these earlier works: the disjuncture between the actually existing technocratic 'urbanism' of neocapitalism and a possibly more liberatory, humanistic urban practice of the future; changing relations between centers and peripheries within urban, regional, and global spaces, mediated through destructive urban planning interventions and ineffectual strategies of state management; and the uncertain fate--if not obliteration--of the city as oeuvre while the urban form is generalized onto the world scale.
There is no universal capitalism, there is no capitalism in itself-, capitalism is at the crossroads of all kinds of formations, it is neocapitalism by nature'.
Lucia Re unravels that, in spite of the potentiality of counterdiscourse against neocapitalism and bourgeois codes, the Gruppo 63 propagated the mysogynistic structures of society, leaving little room for femminist discourse within the new-avant-garde ideology.
But in that May of 1960 Neocapitalism was still a novelty [.
At a time when a new world disorder is attempting to install its neocapitalism and neo-liberalism, no disavowal has managed to rid itself of all of Marx's ghosts.
As a learned musicologist, he entrenched himself in a defence of the "new music," which he opposed to the aesthetic of neocapitalism under whose banner he included any form of popular culture.
It made the space for neocapitalism and corporate globalization, again dominated by America: And now Afghanistan is poised to become the graveyard for the unlikely soldiers who fought and won this war for America.
The peculiar status of French society--rid of the anachronism of colonial wars, free of the "danger" of revolution thanks to the prodigious technical transformation brought about by neocapitalism, etc.
I believe that neocapitalism offers a fatally flawed political agenda.
Nwoye's memory of his mother's stories, his preference for "women's stories" and his merely feigned and not actual acceptance of a phallocratic erasure of motherlore all reveal the possibility of a breach between maleness as biology and maleness as either a consenting, or a resisting response to the interpellations of neocolonial, patriarchal neocapitalism.
Therefore, in my view and that of many others, those who say we need to free up prices and privatize in 365 days are calling for neocapitalism, for an unregulated market, for "wild capitalism.