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(en) France, Alternative Libertaire AL #285 - Culture, In subscription: Alain Bihr, " The First Age of Capitalism (1415-1763)" (fr, it, pt)[machine translation]

Date Thu, 26 Jul 2018 10:30:48 +0300


Our comrade Alain Bihr tackled a vast history of the development of capitalism in three volumes. It starts with the beginning, " infancy " which the XV th to the mid-eighteenth th century, sees Western Europe from the onslaught of the three Americas, Africa and Asia. ---- Through forced and unfair trade, unequal exchange or, even more directly, the reduction to serfdom or slavery of their populations, the companies affected by the initial European expansion saw their own trade routes. disturbed exchange, their altered productive structures, their traditional political powers instrumentalized or destroyed. With the main result of supporting the formation dynamics of capitalism in Europe itself.
Far from falling into misery, however, the author insists on the resistance that these companies have been able to oppose to Europeans. Unequal resistance, a function of their previous historical development, to which the work pays great attention each time, thus providing a panorama of the world at the dawn of modern times.

Finally, Alain Bihr highlights the differences between the European states that will embark on this adventure, the rivalries and conflicts that will oppose them and redistribute the cards between them on different occasions, the very unequal benefits they will derive from them.

Alain Bihr, The First Age of Capitalism, Syllepse / Page 2, 2018, 700 pages, 30 euros. The book is under subscription until September 2 at a price of 25 euros.
TO SUBSCRIBE,
until September 2
1 ° For people residing in France or allers in the EU, the book can be ordered at the following email address: edition@syllepse.net or at the postal address:

Editions Syllepse, 69, rue des Rigoles, 75020 Paris.
Label your check of 25 euros payable to Editions Syllepse with a letter mentioning " Alain Bihr's book subscription " and your full postal address.

You can make a bank transfer of 25 euros to the following account, with mention " A.Bihr subscription ":

Editions Syllepse, 69, rue des Rigoles, 75020 Paris
Postal Bank - Financial Center - 75900 Paris Cedex 15
FR14 2004 1000 0110 9960 3B02 017
2 ° For people residing in Switzerland, the book can be ordered at the following email address: editions@page2.ch or at the postal address:

Editions Page 2, CP 34, 1000 Lausanne 20.
The book will be sent together with a payment slip. Do not forget to indicate your complete postal address.

Alain Bihr is the author of some twenty books, several of which have been translated. In particular, he published The Prehistory of Capital (Page 2, 2006), The Forgotten Logic of "Capital" (Page 2, 2010), Class Social Reports (Page 2, 2012), Dictionary of Inequalities (Armand Colin, 2014) , The neoliberal Novelanguage (Page 2 / Syllepse, 2017).

http://www.alternativelibertaire.org/?Alain-Bihr-le-premier-age-du-capitalisme-1415-1763
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