Le revenu garanti comme processus constituant

Multitudes 3 (3):177-185 (2002)

Ten years of employment policies have demonstrated two fundamental discrepancies: a job is not a guarantee of a satisfactory income and growth does not guarantee the creation of jobs. In proposing a necessary displacement of the angle of approach to the dynamics of liberal globalization, and of the relation of capital/labor to the antagonism of capital/life, the article supports the demand for a guaranteed income: guaranteed income as a constituent process, that is, in order to open a constituent phase at the level of social and economic institutions
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