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Common Sense: Journal of the Edinburgh Conference of by Werner Bonefeld (ed)

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Let each, according to his temperament, tastes, and inclinations choose the kind of work that suits him best, provided he produces sufficient to cover his necessary wants and does not become a charge on the community... I t is for you, then, to choose. Either a new governor -that is to say, a new yoke- or life-redeeming expropriation and the abolition of all imposition, be that imposition religious, political or of any other kind'. Despite its reformist, social-democratic character, the EZLN's agrarian programme is opposed to Chiapas' big landowners, as well as to the strategy of international capital, since communalism, smallscale ownership or nationalizations (especially giving NAFTA's existence) are obstacles in its way.

Dignity is a tension which projects beyond itself, beyond limitation, definition, identification. Dignity, therefore, does not imply a politics of identity, but just the opposite: the affirmation and simultaneous transcendence of identity. Dignity is and is not: it is the struggle against its own negation. Dignity implies a constant movement against the barriers of that which exists, a subverting and transcendence of definitions. ) Dignity takes us, then, to other grammatical tenses. For liberal theory there is a present, a future which is understood as an extension of the present and a past which has passed.

In the new post-Fordist phase, capital has less need for the waged worker: what we see is the 'tendential end of the relationship of commensurate growth between the production of goods and employment' (p. 71), as Ingrao and Rossanda maintain; and a 'systematic destruction of employment' (p. 198), according to Revelli. iv) The present phase of capital in the post-Fordist era is characterised, apart from the aspects outlined above, by the much stronger integration of the workforce into the relations of production.

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