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Based on a series of lectures held inhe explains his conception of this monstruous term, and he does it well. Braudels writing is easily accessible and even literary in many ways.
What struck me most was the difference Braudel makes between market economy and capitalism. Market economy is based on exchange and the law of supply and demand, This is a must-read for anyone interested in the history of capitalism – in fact, for anyone interested in capitalism at all which anyone should be. Market economy is based on exchange and the law of supply and demand, and this market structure existed for a long time.
Capitalism, however, is the “advancement” of this rationale. If I understood Braudel correctly, he argues that capitalists are trying to undermine the rules of the market in order to become monopolists, which they can do because of their relatively higher position in the social hierarchies.
Accordingly, Braudel offers a set of terms with which capitalism and social hierarchy which underlies capitalism can be criticized, without necessarily disapproving of market economy and therefore dismissing the advantages which have been created by economic exchange.
I got really excited reading this analysis, because, as I said, I felt like this is an approach very suitable for my own thought. And even if it wasn’t, it is definitely well worth the thought!
Go on and read this witty little book. This is a set of three lectures and summary of author’s more detailed work Capitalism and Material Life.
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It deals with the early capitalism, the time long before the word itself was invented. The author is conscious of its shortcomings and points them out often. He never tries to devise some final and all-encompassing theory that’s going to describe capitalism, as many of his predecessors had done. In calitalisme, he proposes that much could be learned from studying numerical data in history.
This This is a set of three lectures and summary of author’s more detailed work Capitalism and Material Life.
This could maybe get me to finally read Piketty’s bestseller. A pesar del registro demasiado general, hay algunas puntas interesantes. A short and tasty entry into the massive corpus of Braudel. Partially good but mostly all over the place. Il capitalismo vive, in effetti, di questa regolare suddivisione in fernnad verticali: Di qui prende rilievo l’affermazione di Immanuel Wallerstein: Looking on economy from historical perspective, Braudel provides comprehensive analysis, going well beyond what “economics” offer.
The book was published back in and reading it roughly half a century later makes and interesting experience, as many things in book resonate well with contemporary reality. The brief history of the evolution of capitalism, based on the lectures given by Fernand Braudel at the John Hopkins University in Not too well-structured, but very comprehensible. Un excelente libro para lo corto que es.
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His scholarship focused on fernamd main projects: The Mediterranean —49, then —66Civilization and Capitalism —79and the unfinished Identity of France — His reputation stems in part from his writings, but even more from his success in making the Annales School the most important engine of historica Fernand Braudel was a French historian and a leader of the Annales School.
His reputation stems in part from his writings, but even more capitxlisme his success in making the Annales School the most important engine of historical research in France and much of the world after As the dominant leader of the Annales Lq of historiography in the s and s, he exerted enormous influence on historical writing in France and other countries.
Braudel has been considered one of the greatest of the modern historians who have emphasized the role of large-scale socioeconomic factors in the making and writing of history.
He can also be considered as one of the precursors of world-systems theory. Books by Fernand Braudel. Trivia About Afterthoughts on No trivia or quizzes yet. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.