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By Michel Aglietta

Michel Aglietta’s path-breaking ebook is the 1st test at a rigorous old conception of the entire improvement people capitalism, from the Civil conflict to the Carter presidency. an important rfile of the “Regulation School” of heterodox economics, it used to be got because the boldest booklet in its box because the vintage stories of Paul Baran, Paul Sweezy and Harry Braverman.

This edition features a large postface by way of Aglietta, which situates rules concept within the context of twenty-first-century capitalism.

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And these are not the same machines of signs that are used to pay exchanges, to make money. In certain cases, we have machines of signs that function without producing the phenomenon known as signifi­ cation, for example, with money, with algebraic equations, with music. There may be significations, but only alongside. There's the semiotic text of Beethoven's music and there's also . . oh, this reminds me of the Pastoral Symphony, this makes me think of little birds. But when you think of little birds in the Pastoral Sym­ phony, this is not actually written in the text, this is not within the semiotic.

And I was wondering about whether they would call this dancing or not. When I actually creep or lie down within an environment, what do they call me? It takes a lot of time to pursue questions about how I might resolve all these pressures from my surroundings and then bring my body to the next action; lying down on the street has changed my sense of audition and the appearance of humans. I have been horizontal from the very beginning, and later de­ cided to creep on the ground; this was a very deliberate decision.

With plant and animal life, the form is transmitted by codes, by lines of codes that are distinct chemical chains. That is to say, we have the metabolism of RNA chains that creates complex molecules and systems of reproduction. Here we have the au­ tonomy of code. So you see that when we pass from structure to code, there is a separation, an autonomization in the mode of coding. When we adopt human behaviors, the use of tools, we have modes of transmission that do not depend upon the genetic code.

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