La thèse du capitalisme cognitif : une mise en perspective historique et théorique
This article outlines some elements for a marxist reading of the thesis of Cognitive Capitalism, a project that insists upon rereading the historical development of the knowledge economy from the point of view of the capital/labour relation. The first part of the article will be devoted to explaining outlines a method of analysis in order to the role of knowledge in the long-term development of capitalism. The second part of the article is dedicated to providing an historical perspective for the crisis of industrial capitalism and the transition towards cognitive capitalism.
|Date of creation:||2008|
|Publication status:||Published in Gabriel Colletis, Bernard Paulré. Les nouveaux horizons du capitalisme. Pouvoir, valeur, temps, Economica, pp.71-95, 2008|
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