Tag Archives: Norbert Trenkle

The limits of capitalism: Challenging the fetishism of labour and money

  Capital is nothing more than value that must be valorized, which is to say augmented. Value empirically takes the form of money and in that sense its valorization can be illustrated in Marx’s famous formula M–C–M’ [M prime], that is … Continue reading

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Against labour, against capital: Norbert Trenkle and the violence of fictitious capital

We share a second essay by Norbert Trinkle that brings together the Krisis Group’s critique of value with an interpretation of the current crisis of capitalism.  (The essay was published in english here, along with the german text).

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Against labour, against capital: The terror of labour by Norbert Trenkle

As a compliment to Robert Kurz’s reflections on capitalism and labour, we share the work of another member of the Krisis Group, this time Norbert Trenkle and an essay entitled the Terror of labour.  (The english language translation that we publish … Continue reading

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