Some quotes on the idea of a final crisis of capitalism/collapse of capitalism.
My notes on
“The Logic of Gender: On the Separation of Spheres and the Process of Abjection,” which is here –
I think what I like best here is that it suggests that the wage is fundamentally a reproductive institution. I think that’s powerful. Read the rest of this entry »
I’ve followed Kasama off and on for a while Read the rest of this entry »
Various stresses and strains grate on me lately so I decided to list some good things.
For one thing, I’m grateful for Massive Attack.
“the system of the State is composed of several apparatuses or institutions of which certain have a principally repressive role, in the strong sense, and others a principally ideological role. The former constitute the repressive apparatus of the State, that is to say the State apparatus in the classical Marxist sense of the term (government, army, police, tribunals and administration). The latter constitute the ideological apparatuses of the State, such as the Church, the political parties, the unions (with the exception of course, of the revolutionary party or trade union organizations), the schools, the mass media (newspapers, radio, television), and, from a certain point of view, the family. (…) the State repressive apparatus, the State in the classic Marxist sense of the term, possesses a very rigorous internal unity which directly governs the relation between the diverse branches of the apparatus. Whilst the State ideological apparatuses, by their principal function—ideological inculcation and transmission—possess a greater and more important autonomy” Read the rest of this entry »