These writings examine Claudio Napoleoni's reflection on the problems of Marxist theory of value. While the first one focuses on the notion of economic exploitation, the second dwells on the concept of alienation. Both discuss how these explorations seek to delineate a horizon of human emancipation. The third essay finally argues that Napoleoni's Marxist contributions are not separate from those, more concrete, concerning the Italian economy. During the Sixties, his reassessment of the concepts of productive labor and rent allows him to argue that the social and political hegemony of redistributive coalitions constitutes Italy's major structural weakness and the most important cause of inequalities and lack of inclusion.

Tre saggi su Claudio Napoleoni / Bellanca, N.. - ELETTRONICO. - (2024), pp. 0-0.

Tre saggi su Claudio Napoleoni

Bellanca, N.
2024

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These writings examine Claudio Napoleoni's reflection on the problems of Marxist theory of value. While the first one focuses on the notion of economic exploitation, the second dwells on the concept of alienation. Both discuss how these explorations seek to delineate a horizon of human emancipation. The third essay finally argues that Napoleoni's Marxist contributions are not separate from those, more concrete, concerning the Italian economy. During the Sixties, his reassessment of the concepts of productive labor and rent allows him to argue that the social and political hegemony of redistributive coalitions constitutes Italy's major structural weakness and the most important cause of inequalities and lack of inclusion.
2024
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