Time, Capitalism, and Alienation: A Socio-Historical Inquiry into the Making of Modern Time (Historical Materialism)

Time, Capitalism, and Alienation: A Socio-Historical Inquiry into the Making of Modern Time (Historical Materialism)


In Time, Capitalism and Alienation: A Socio-Historical Inquiry into the Making of recent Time, Jonathan Martineau deals an account of the histories of social time in Europe, from the innovation of the clock round 1300 to the making of global average Time round the flip of the 20th century.

Approaching 'time' as a social phenomenon traversed via a number of energy and estate family, this paintings offers a socio-theoretical and ancient research of the connection among clock-time and capitalist social kinfolk, problematizing the increase to hegemony of a clock-time regime harnessing numerous social temporalities to the aim of capitalist improvement. This e-book sheds gentle at the alienating developments of the trendy temporal regime and the connection among time and glossy financial development

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