postcapitalist

postcapitalist

(ˌpəʊstˈkæpɪtəlɪst)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) denoting a period or society no longer based on capitalism
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Joey and John, two young counterculture kids, are drawn into a postcapitalist nightmare.
But there is general agreement, on this view, that Marx, Engels, and latter-day Marxists were inspired by and provided a detailed plan for a postcapitalist economic and social order.
He accepts Thomas Piketty's views of inequality without challenge, and relies heavily on the work of Howard Brick, who has written on mid-twentieth century views of a postcapitalist order.
Yet Mill went beyond the democratic and market reforms championed by the Benthamites to embrace a far- reaching "moral and social revolution" that would transform a semifeudal England into an egalitarian, postcapitalist cooperative order.
He is the author of Postcapitalist Technologies (Polity, 2016) and Inventing the Future (Verso, 2015, with Alex Williams) and editor of The Speculative Turn (Re.
only be anticipated in a postcapitalist economy' (2004: 81).
Postcapitalist society needs the educated person even more than any earlier society did, and access to the great heritage of the past will have to be an essential element.
Gibson-Graham, A Postcapitalist Politics (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press 2006), 6.
The Bolshevik revolution proclaimed itself to be a Marxist, postcapitalist revolution.
Capitol must "publicly apologize for using a rich famous person's work, for hating ownership, for finding postcapitalist and Newtonian identity a fraud, for all her years of not only publicly hating an ignorant therefore unjust society but also of trying to make someone of herself.
Gibson-Graham is the penname of two economic geographers: the late Julie Graham (University of Massachusetts-Amherst) and Katherine Gibson (University of Western Sydney), who together wrote a previous book titled A Postcapitalist Politics.