Cités 27 (3):7 (2006)

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Peut-on songer sortir du capitalisme ? La question a-t-elle un sens ? Peut-elle même être légitimement posée sans paraître grossièrement caricaturale ? Mais qu’est-ce que le capitalisme ? Albert Camus avait pour habitude de dire qu’à mal nommer les choses, on rajoute du désordre dans le monde. N’est-ce pas particulièrement vrai en économie ? Jamais on n’a eu recours à autant..
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