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Matko Meštrović ; Ekonomski institut u Zagrebu, Zagreb, Hrvatska

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The central preoccupation of Dag Strpić is the theoretical paradigm of understanding
modernity – specifically, in the sense of Marx’s project of political
economy critique. The focal point of his line of argument is the theory of labour
value: a complex perception thereof should acquire core status within the
“general theory” of modern society. Marxist political economy insisted on an
immediate market application of Marx’s value theory, and it showed indirectly
that the theory was operatively inapplicable. At the same time, however, in
doctrinaire versions of “economics” both the value theory and the entire corps
of Marx’s critique were dropped out. In opposition to the profuse ideologized
practical-normative elaboration of the doctrine of self-administrative association
of labour, at the time of its uncontested domination, Strpić clearly discerned
that we are dealing with the principal orientation of the epochal social,
economic and, above all, technological and communicational transformation
which can be observed in global relations. But for him the essential theoretical
question had to do with the underlying principles of the actual unfolding
of the processes of socialization and association. In this respect, it is fitting
at present to point to the paradigmatic change which Negri perceives in the
tendential hegemony of non-material labour, resulting in the necessity to circumscribe
the political language of transfer from modernity to postmodernity
in the analyses of political science and philosophy.

Ključne riječi

modern; theory of labour value; multitude of capitals competition; real social property; capital basis; policy harmonization; non-material labour; Strpić; Negri

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