English, Article edition: Two Theses on Globalisation Ivan Nikolov

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  • Two Theses on Globalisation
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  • Ivan Nikolov
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  • The contemporary globalization is connected with radical and global structural changes in all areas of the social activity and in the world as a whole. Some support the thesis that this is a new stage in the development of the capitalism that has no alternative. The article defends the thesis that the contemporary globalization puts the start of the denying (dying) of the capitalism as a society-economic system. Emerged and developed are considerably new social (incl. Production) relations, connected with the computerization, automation, robotization and the predomination of the information production. Dies away the main capital relation between the labor and the capital, formed is a new production dependency between the current knowledge (creative labor) and the memorized (computer) – as a denial of the capital, as a materialized knowledge that can be expropriated and appropriated as a private property. The delusion is in the fact that these essence and rich in content processes are in initial stage of its development and even though a denial of the existing system, they are manifested forced by the inertia of the past, as a movement of the capital and appropriation through the market.
  • RePEc:bas:econth:y:2001:i:7:p:149-164
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