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ari on Tue, 9 Jan 2018 19:17:58 +0100 (CET)


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Re: <nettime> nettime-l Digest, Vol 124, Issue 8




In the long 20th cc managerial class fractions played a mediator
role, between the ruling and ruled classes; capitalist and workers.
They mediated their ideologies; liberalism, conservatism, socialism,
and communism. By making alliances and formulating consensus based on
compromise between them.


Orsan, would you mind explaining this with some illustration of where the managerial class has mediated, in alliance with the working class, during the long 20th century?




Since the 90s with the emergence of ICTs
neo-liberal managerialism and authoritarianism it erect as a dominant
class candidate, for itself, able to promote its own agenda, as a new
mode of production. Managerial capitalism (or platform capitalism)
refers this so-called and so-promoted post-capitalism of managerial
class.

The below recent piece, by Kees Van der Pijl, is complementary to
their argument I think:
https://www.academia.edu/35601607/Surveillance_Capitalism_and_Crisis

Best,
Orsan
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