Time, Labor, and Social Domination : A Reinterpretation of Marx's Critical Theory

Time, Labor, and Social Domination : A Reinterpretation of Marx's Critical Theory

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgments                                    xi
Part I A critique of traditional Marxism
Rethinking Marx's critique of capitalism 3 (40)
Introduction 3 (18)
The crisis of traditional Marxism 7 (8)
Reconstructing a critical theory of 15 (6)
modern society
The Grundrisse: rethinking Marx's 21 (22)
conception of capitalism and its overcoming
The fundamental core of capitalism 24 (5)
Capitalism, labor, and domination 29 (5)
The contradiction of capitalism 34 (2)
Social movements, subjectivity, and 36 (3)
historical analysis
Some present-day implications 39 (4)
Presuppositions of traditional Marxism 43 (41)
Value and labor 43 (6)
Ricardo and Marx 49 (9)
``Labor,'' wealth, and social constitution 58 (6)
The critique of society from the standpoint 64 (7)
of labor
Labor and totality: Hegel and Marx 71 (13)
The limits of traditional Marxism and the 84 (39)
pessimistic turn of Critical Theory
Critique and contradiction 87 (3)
Friedrich Pollock and ``the primacy of the 90 (6)
political''
Assumptions and dilemmas of Pollock's thesis 96 (8)
Max Horkheimer's pessimistic turn 104(19)
Part II Toward a reconstruction of the Marxian
critique: the commodity
Abstract labor 123(63)
Requirements of a categorial 123(4)
reinterpretation
The historically determinate character of 127(17)
the Marxian critique
Historical specificity: value and price 130(8)
Historical specificity and immanent 138(6)
critique
Abstract labor 144(4)
Abstract labor and social mediation 148(10)
Abstract labor and alienation 158(8)
Abstract labor and the fetish 166(5)
Social relations, labor, and nature 171(8)
Labor and instrumental action 179(4)
Abstract and substantive totality 183(3)
Abstract time 186(80)
The magnitude of value 186(4)
Abstract time and social necessity 190(3)
Value and material wealth 193(7)
Abstract time 200(16)
Forms of social mediation and forms of 216(50)
consciousness
Habermas's critique of Marx 266
Habermas's early critique of Marx 227(15)
The Theory of Communicative Action and Marx 242(21)
Part III Toward a reconstruction of the Marxian
critique: capital
Toward a theory of capital 263(23)
Money 264(3)
Capital 267(5)
The critique of bourgeois civil society 272(5)
The sphere of production 277(9)
The dialectic of labor and time 286(21)
The immanent dynamic 287(4)
Abstract time and historical time 291(7)
The dialectic of transformation and 298(9)
reconstitution
The trajectory of production 307(78)
Surplus value and ``economic growth'' 307(7)
Classes and the dynamic of capitalism 314(10)
Production and valorization 324(25)
Cooperation 326(4)
Manufacture 330(6)
Large-scale industry 336(13)
Substantive totality 349(36)
Capital 349(6)
The proletariat 355(3)
Contradiction and determinate negation 358(8)
Modes of universality 366(7)
The development of the social division of 373(5)
time
Realms of necessity 378(7)
Concluding considerations 385(16)
Selected bibliography 401(12)
Index 413