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Antisystemic Movements

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Published by Verso .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • History of ideas, intellectual history,
  • Political ideologies,
  • Social history,
  • Capitalism,
  • Sociology,
  • Social Science,
  • Business/Economics,
  • Social movements,
  • General,
  • Social Science / General,
  • Social conflict,
  • Socialism

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages136
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8307260M
ISBN 100860919641
ISBN 109780860919643

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Among the important points mentioned in the book is that an antisystemic movement, for example, a Communist rebellion, eventually fails because the organization created to effect that change, like the Bolsheviks, for example, oftentimes have different perspectives than the /5(6). Antisystemic Movements is an eloquent and concise history of popular resistance and class struggle by the leading exponents of the “world-systems” perspective on capitalism. Basing itself on an analysis of resistance movements since the emergence of capitalism, it shows that while some early forms were successful in their own terms, ultimately they did not impede the consolidation of the modern capitalist Brand: Verso Books. Jan 03,  · "Antisystemic Movements is an eloquent and concise history of popular resistance and class struggle by the leading exponents of the 'world-systems' perspective on capitalism. Basing itself on an analysis of resistance movements since the emergence of capitalism, it shows that while some early forms were successful in their own. Nov 17,  · Complimented by dramatic explorations of the new trans-border resistance movements, from the contemporary labor movement to the resurgence of nationalism, this book moves beyond the traditional focus on cycles of rise and decline of great powers to asses the pressing questions at the intersection of contemporary globalizations and hegemonic rise, decline and resurgence of hisn-alarum.com by: 3.

Sep 18,  · Antisystemic Movements is an eloquent and concise history of popular resistance and class struggle by the leading exponents of the “world-systems” perspective on capitalism. Basing itself on an analysis of resistance movements since the emergence of capitalism, it shows that while some early forms were successful in their own terms, ultimately they did not impede the consolidation of the . Antisystemic Movements. cannot be explaine by thd struggle of classee thas camt e into real curren existenct onle y as the result of that transition. Civil war in Lebano cannon bt e explaine bdy the struggl oef religious group whs havo come inte reao currentl existence. largely as a resul ot f that civi warl. Antisystemic movements. [Giovanni Arrighi; Terence K Hopkins; Immanuel Maurice Wallerstein] -- "Antisystemic Movements is an eloquent and concise history of popular resistance and class struggle by the leading exponents of the 'world-systems' perspective on capitalism. The concept of antisystemic movements is one which presumes an analytic perspective about a system. The system referred to here is the world-system of historical capitalism which, we argue, has given rise to a set of anti­ systemic movements. It is the contours of this process that we are proposing to outline here. We are in search of the.

It and it's constituent movements are "antisystemic" social forces. This means that they opposed the existing world social, political, and economic system of capitalism. They were also "social movements" in the sense that their particular form of antisystemic thought and practice identified the power of capital over labor as the source of the lack of democracy and equality in modern society. This book explores the closely related dynamics of globalization, hegemony and resistance movements in the modern world. Complimented by dramatic explorations of the new trans-border resistance movements, from the contemporary labor movement to the resurgence of nationalism, this book moves beyond the traditional focus on cycles of rise and decline of great powers to asses the pressing. Jan 16,  · About Anti-Systemic Movements. Building on an analysis of the dissenting movements to have emerged since the rise of modern capitalism, Anti-Systemic Movements uncovers an international groundswell of resistance still vitally active at the end of the twentieth century. The authors suggest that the new assertiveness of the South, the development of class struggle in the East and the emergence . Treating the book Antisystemic Movements (Arrighi, Hopkins & Wallerstein, ) as an empirical site for conceptual exploration, this article aims to contribute to the newly revitalized debates in world-systems studies on realistic alternatives to historical capitalism.