Key points on Bichler/Nitzan’s text “Capital as Power”

Key points on Bichler/Nitzan’s text “Capital as Power”
Szepanski, Achim. (2024). non.copyriot.com. 14 April. pp. 1-10. (Review; English).

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FROM THE ARTICLE: At first glance, it would appear that Deleuze’s concept of structure involves a complex form of so-called creorder, a term that appears at the forefront of the methodological findings of the economists Bichler/Nitzan. If the structure is actualized in each of its moments in processes, then Bichler/Nitzan describe this process with the term “creorder”. They consider this to be a highly artificial term, which is intended to indicate that a structure/order must constantly construct and reconstruct itself in (historical) time, just as a form must constantly transform itself. According to Bichler/Nitzan, in the context of creorder, the meaning of the relationship between Heraclitean becoming and Parmenidean being lies precisely in the fact that the fusion of verb and noun results in the term “creorder”: “To have a history is to create order – a verb and a noun whose fusion yields the verb-noun creorder.” On the one hand, the so-called creorder may be completely vertically or hierarchically ordered, as is the case in ultra-bureaucratic systems, for example; on the other hand, it may also be horizontal, as could be the case in radical democracies, or it may be in between order and disorder.

Language

English

Publication Type

Review

Keywords

capital accumulation capital as power creorder capitalization differential accumulation dominant capital finance Marxism neoclassical economics quantification value

Subject

BN Money & Finance
BN Power
BN Production
BN State & Government
BN Value & Price
BN Business Enterprise
BN Capital & Accumulation
BN Class
BN Conflict & Violence
BN Distribution
BN Growth
BN Industrial Organization

Depositing User

Jonathan Nitzan

Date Deposited

14 May 2024 16:41

Last Modified

14 May 2024 16:41

URL:

https://bnarchives.yorku.ca/id/eprint/827

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