‎The Evolution of Modes of Exchange in the Context of P2P Theory

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==The [[Evolution of Modes of Exchange in the Context of P2P Theory]]==
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==The Evolution of Modes of Exchange in the Context of P2P Theory==
   
Michel Bauwens:
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[[Michel Bauwens]]:
   
 
Karatani, in The Structures of World History, makes a key argument that the key underlying structure is less the mode of production, than the ‘mode of exchange’. The mode of exchange point of view, allows him to talk about the Capital-Nation-State nexus, instead of believing that state and nation are epiphenomena (superstructures). For example, this shift in the understanding of structures and their evolution,  helps to explain the contradictory nature of capitalism, by stressing the innovation in the field of exchange, based on the invention of neutral exchange and mutual interest, above the naked exploitation of the labor condition, and its continued hierarchical subordination.
 
Karatani, in The Structures of World History, makes a key argument that the key underlying structure is less the mode of production, than the ‘mode of exchange’. The mode of exchange point of view, allows him to talk about the Capital-Nation-State nexus, instead of believing that state and nation are epiphenomena (superstructures). For example, this shift in the understanding of structures and their evolution,  helps to explain the contradictory nature of capitalism, by stressing the innovation in the field of exchange, based on the invention of neutral exchange and mutual interest, above the naked exploitation of the labor condition, and its continued hierarchical subordination.
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* mode D, which transcends the other three.
 
* mode D, which transcends the other three.
   
The transcend and include aspect of Mode D helps to see how it is:
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The ''transcend and include'' aspect of Mode D helps to see how it is:
   
 
* Related to the nomadic condition which is entirely about communal shareholding
 
* Related to the nomadic condition which is entirely about communal shareholding

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