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This ambitious but always lucid book aims to reopen the conceptual framework of capitalism. --Le Monde

This work is an initiatory voyage towards communism. --L'Humanité

Frédéric Lordon is one of the most audacious contemporary left-wing economists. --Le Nouvel Observateur

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FREDERIC LORDON is an economist and Director of Research at the CNRS, Paris. His other works include Les Quadratures de la politique economique; La Politique du capital; L'interet souverain - Essai d'anthropologie economique spinoziste; and La crise de trop - Reconstruction d'un monde failli.

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This book is damn good. It helps to have a somewhat substantial background ... 13 Feb. 2015
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This book is damn good. It helps to have a somewhat substantial background in Spinoza and Marx, but the argument is unique, powerful, and not overburdened with excessive quotes or name-dropping. A very insightful read for thinking about authority in general, and enterprise bossing in the modern world specifically.
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A livable ethics of individual action using the dialectic of ... 4 Nov. 2014
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A livable ethics of individual action using the dialectic of master/slaves desires, within politics framed by Marx. Now I must re-study Spinoza!
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