Capital Accumulation and Subjectivity: Reflections around the Everyday Life and the Subjective Well-Being in Mexico
From Marxist humanism (not disregarding the criticism of political economy that Marx himself developed), we analyze the conditions generated by the dynamics of capital accumulation in everyday life and subjectivity. A theorization of subjectivity is presented first from historical materialism in relation to accumulation, for which the idea of preoccupation developed by Kosík (1965) is used.
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