noncapitalist

noncapitalist

(ˌnɒnˈkæpɪtəlɪst)
adj
not related to, based on, or supporting capitalism
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On one hand, Christmas gift giving is an oasis of nonmarket exchange that points to the possibility of a noncapitalist system of distribution.
They signify resistance to neoliberalism and exploitation and aim to develop noncapitalist, collective ownership and modes of living and working.
The difference between capitalist modes of production and noncapitalist ones is that in capitalist ones such interpretations have until now been of little relevance.
Some of these ways of organizing economic activities can be thought of as hybrids, combining capitalist and noncapitalist elements; some are entirely noncapitalist; and some are anti-capitalist.
18) The utopian promise of a proletarian state--and with it a new, progressive, noncapitalist superstructure--was stillborn in 1871.
They conclude by considering some of the key issues facing a left feminist empowerment project today, arguing that--given the current context in which powerful mainstream liberal conceptualizations of empowerment have taken center stage--it is especially important for feminists to pursue a "postcapitalist politics" that connects empowerment to alternative, noncapitalist visions of the economy.
Yet, another reason given why libertarianism or capitalism is not only useful but morally preferable is that it makes possible the exercise of genuine moral choice and agency, something that would be obliterated in noncapitalist, collectivist systems.
First, in defining economic space through capitalistic processes, there are a host of noncapitalist, alternative economic spaces that become excluded from our conceptualization.
While the revolutions' achievements, particularly in the areas of literacy and health services, were considerable, the noncapitalist path reflected contradiction between social advance and political regression and led to similar economic and social problems.
How can indigenous groups get what they want from capitalism without losing their traditional cultures and noncapitalist social systems?
Unfortunately, Bell's lack of engagement of Scripture and failure to supply the details of his noncapitalist system will leave readers guessing as to the next step.
This line of reasoning is plausible in every respect but one: the suggestion that debt relief would not be necessary in a noncapitalist economic system.