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Capital as Power: A Study of Order and Creorder

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Capital as Power: A Study of Order and Creorder
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Publisher: Routledge
ISBN/ASIN: 0415477190
ISBN-13: 9780415477192
Number of pages: 463

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According to the authors, capital is not a narrow economic entity, but a symbolic quantification of power. It has little to do with utility or abstract labour, and it extends far beyond machines and production lines. Capital, the authors claim, represents the organized power of dominant capital groups to reshape – or creorder – their society.

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