postcapitalist

postcapitalist

(ˌpəʊstˈkæpɪtəlɪst)
adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) denoting a period or society no longer based on capitalism
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Given these obstacles, it remains an open question as to whether capitalism can "decarbonize." However, while earlier writing on fossil capitalism tended to imply that a social formation based on renewable energy would necessarily be postcapitalist (see e.g., Altvater 2007), recent research avoids this close identity.
But at a time when politics is as broken as financialization, the world has never needed a postcapitalist vision more.
postcapitalist: automation will banish scarcity, and a benevolent state
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They herald a postcapitalist era that will transform education, human labor, and the distribution of resources, including income and wealth.
Second, the author finds instances, such as worker-run companies, where "labour's autonomy from capital also makes possible a postcapitalist future." (241) This challenges researchers and practitioners to identify such initiatives.
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.
Joey and John, two young counterculture kids, are drawn into a postcapitalist nightmare.
ecological and cultural inspiration for imagining a postcapitalist
Postcapitalist theorists like Paul Mason put a lot of faith in the capacity of technology to deliver change.
postcapitalist literary environment, such surplus value accrues to the