The New Imperialism: Crisis and Contradictions in North/South Relations
Bloomsbury Academic, 2000 M08 1 - 368 páginas
This major intellectual exploration seeks to deepen our understanding of the way in which modern capitalism works. The author argues, in particular, that it has always rested in part on the unremunerated labour of women, the non-sustainable extraction of natural resources and the racist exploitation of the non-European periphery.
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tions was not determined by natural conditions specific to particular population
groups , but by social struggles taking place against the background of these
conditions , particularly important being the way the gender struggle was
premised on some notion of a natural order ( sufficient indeed for a later radical
like Caldwell to find something positive in the Physiocrat philosophy4 ' ) . But the
idea of natural order was also conservative socially , and this was a problem for ...
Indigenous peoples had always viewed themselves as part of the natural world ,
so that it seemed appropriate that human thought should work in the same
manner as the world which it was seeking to apprehend , probing a reality which
( as ...
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