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Organisation de la guerre et du travail dans la tradition marxiste (1844-1939)

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  • Alcouffe, A.

Marx attribuait a l'ensemble des activites liees a la guerre un grand role dans le developpement du mode de production capitaliste. En 1848 dans un tract Marx et Engels voient dans l'armee un moyen d'organiser le travail dans la societe. Plus tard, Engels verra dnas l'armee une pure superstructure refletant la base economique. Dans les analyses ulterieures de l'armee par le courant revolutionnaire, on trouve aussi bien un antimilitarisme aux accents libertaires qu'une denonciation plus argumentee des liens entre armee et capitalisme. L'analyse de cette tradition est l'occasion de s'interroger sur les formes de la mobilisation des facteurs de production des origines du capitalisme a nos jours.

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Paper provided by LIRHE - Universite des sciences sociales Toulouse in its series Papers with number 290.

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Length: 17 pages
Date of creation: 1999
Handle: RePEc:fth:lirhet:290
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