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Submissiveness vs. a “will to power” (psychoanalytic explanation)
The organized state – makes use of and reinforces these tendencies (builds structures of domination)
Nature of power under capitalism (last sentence) 3 forms of power:
Sanctions/coercion (condign ) Rewards (compensatory) Beliefs (conditioned) – weaker in the face of growing public skepticism? (p.226) 3 sources of power:
Personality Property Organization (strongest in modern society) Nature of power:
Profoundly enjoyed (p.216)!? This must be concealed Depends on conditioning – illusion of autonomy In fact – decreasing autonomy in the “age of organization,” bureaucracy? Blind spot of mainstream economics (p. 225)?...
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2014 for the course POS 410 taught by Professor Debuchy during the Spring '10 term at Minnesota State University Moorhead .
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