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Görz

(ɡœrts)
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(Placename) the German name for Gorizia
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13 -- Blazek (NV), Carter (DGN), Glennon (GE), Gorz (B), Jakobsze (DGN), Mintz (Wbk), Orrico (Y), Raineri (L), Ruzicka (HS), Steinorth (Y)
analysis of a troika of thinkers--Bookchin, Andre Gorz and Le Guin--with
Atualmente, demandam um trabalhador autonomo, polivalente, flexivel, mobilizado e engajado na tarefa, gestor de si diante da nova relacao producao-consumo que vem a caracterizar o trabalho imaterial como aquele exigente da subjetividade (Gorz, 2005; Lazzarato & Negri, 2001).
In France Andre Gorz held this torch over the years.
Against the recent wave of market-friendly technocratic measures aimed at marginal reductions in the prison population under the banner of fiscal responsibility, we hope that the multiple forms of social suffering documented in this special issue will illustrate the necessity for an ambitious program of "non-reformist reforms," to borrow from French socialist Andre Gorz: a radical political agenda "conceived not in terms of what is possible within the framework of a given system and administration, but in view of what should be made possible in terms of human needs and demands" (Gorz 1967, 7).
Nos referimos al trabajo de Gorz cuando escribe: "Me
Desde esta posicion, y a partir de sus contactos a nivel internacional, especialmente los establecidos con Andre Gorz en la Organizacion Internacional del Trabajo, Garcia-Nieto va a llegar a la idea del Salario Ciudadano como propuesta vinculada a nuevos caminos hacia el socialismo (Garcia-Nieto, 1984, 1989).
Adopting the career and work perspective of artists, who trade security and stability for meaningful and enriching work, these men and women try to remake work into leisure, internalizing paid work within the realm of leisure and lifestyle (Gorz, 1999).
All the same, for those well versed in the literature, Sotelo's book can be recommended as a stimulating refutation of the "end of work" thesis of bourgeois futurists like Jeremy Rifkin as well as the "immaterial labour" theses of post-Marxists like Andre Gorz and Antonio Negri, and as a path-breaking effort to show that a "phenomenon as complex as superexploitation cannot be reduced to the simple violation of the value of labourpower" (98) as originally posited by Marx.