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The Resource Households : on the moral architecture of the economy, William James Booth

Households : on the moral architecture of the economy, William James Booth

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Households : on the moral architecture of the economy
Title
Households
Title remainder
on the moral architecture of the economy
Statement of responsibility
William James Booth
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Subject
Language
eng
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Booth, William James
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index present
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non fiction
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  • Economics
  • Households
  • Households
  • Marxian economics
Label
Households : on the moral architecture of the economy, William James Booth
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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text
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  • txt
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Contents
  • pt. 1. The Oikos: Beauty, Domination, Scarcity. 1. Odysseus' Household. 1.1. The Kurios. 1.2. Philia. 1.3. The Livelihood of Odysseus' Household. 1.3.1. Labor. 1.3.2. The Purposes of the Oikos Economy. 1.3.3. The Place of the Economy within the Household. 2. The Political Economy of the Ancient Household. 2.1. The Community of the Household. 2.2. Philia and Hierarchy in the Household. 2.3. The Household's Purposes. 2.3.1. The Ancient Economy of Time. 2.3.2. The Limits of Acquisition. 2.4. The Polis Economy. 2.5. Servitude. 2.5.1. Servitude, Community, and the Economy. 2.5.2. Servitude and Time. 2.5.3. "If Thus Shuttles Wove": Scarcity and Domination. 2.6. Pandora's Jar: The Idea of the Economy -- pt. 2. The Moral Economy of the Liberal Household. 3. Despotic and Conjugal Households. 3.1. Wives and Children. 3.2. Masters and Servants. 3.3. Hobbes and Rousseau on the Family. 4. Lions and Pole-Cats: Domination as the Summum Malum. 4.1. A Scepter to Rule
  • 4.2. Contracts and Contracting Agents. 4.2.1. Choice. 4.2.2. Persons and Contracts. 4.3. The New Body Politic. 4.3.1. The Impersonality of the Contractarian Community. 5. The New Body Economic: The Contract Community and Its Economy. 5.1. The Economies of Despotic and Liberal Households. 5.2. Spades and Scepters. 5.3. The Autonomy of the Economic Sphere. 5.4. Labor. 5.4.1. The Alienation of Labor. 5.5. Time, Leisure, and the Liberal Economy. 6. Public Homes, Private Homes: Society and Economy in Classical Liberalism -- pt. 3. Marx and the New Household Economy. 7. The Dissolution of the Old World. 7.1. From Status to Contract. 7.2. Communities. 7.2.1. The "Real Community" of Use-Value. 7.2.2. The Bourgeois Community. 8. Markets. 8.1. Coercive Transfers: The Origins of the Market. 8.2. Choice and Constraints. 8.2.1. Remarks on Classes and the State. 8.3. Perverse Consequences. 8.3.1. Overproduction and Undersatisfaction. 8.3.2. Economies of Time. 8.4. Markets and Firms. 9. The Household Economy Restored
  • 9.1. The Aristotelian Foundations of Marx's Economics. 9.2. The New Oikos. 9.2.1. Time. 9.2.2. Community. 9.2.3. Freedom. 10. Marx, Markets, and Household Economies -- Conclusion: "This Household Is What Is Common to Us."
Control code
26261631
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xii, 305 pages
Isbn
9780801480683
Isbn Type
(paper)
Lccn
92025141
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)1505272
Label
Households : on the moral architecture of the economy, William James Booth
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • pt. 1. The Oikos: Beauty, Domination, Scarcity. 1. Odysseus' Household. 1.1. The Kurios. 1.2. Philia. 1.3. The Livelihood of Odysseus' Household. 1.3.1. Labor. 1.3.2. The Purposes of the Oikos Economy. 1.3.3. The Place of the Economy within the Household. 2. The Political Economy of the Ancient Household. 2.1. The Community of the Household. 2.2. Philia and Hierarchy in the Household. 2.3. The Household's Purposes. 2.3.1. The Ancient Economy of Time. 2.3.2. The Limits of Acquisition. 2.4. The Polis Economy. 2.5. Servitude. 2.5.1. Servitude, Community, and the Economy. 2.5.2. Servitude and Time. 2.5.3. "If Thus Shuttles Wove": Scarcity and Domination. 2.6. Pandora's Jar: The Idea of the Economy -- pt. 2. The Moral Economy of the Liberal Household. 3. Despotic and Conjugal Households. 3.1. Wives and Children. 3.2. Masters and Servants. 3.3. Hobbes and Rousseau on the Family. 4. Lions and Pole-Cats: Domination as the Summum Malum. 4.1. A Scepter to Rule
  • 4.2. Contracts and Contracting Agents. 4.2.1. Choice. 4.2.2. Persons and Contracts. 4.3. The New Body Politic. 4.3.1. The Impersonality of the Contractarian Community. 5. The New Body Economic: The Contract Community and Its Economy. 5.1. The Economies of Despotic and Liberal Households. 5.2. Spades and Scepters. 5.3. The Autonomy of the Economic Sphere. 5.4. Labor. 5.4.1. The Alienation of Labor. 5.5. Time, Leisure, and the Liberal Economy. 6. Public Homes, Private Homes: Society and Economy in Classical Liberalism -- pt. 3. Marx and the New Household Economy. 7. The Dissolution of the Old World. 7.1. From Status to Contract. 7.2. Communities. 7.2.1. The "Real Community" of Use-Value. 7.2.2. The Bourgeois Community. 8. Markets. 8.1. Coercive Transfers: The Origins of the Market. 8.2. Choice and Constraints. 8.2.1. Remarks on Classes and the State. 8.3. Perverse Consequences. 8.3.1. Overproduction and Undersatisfaction. 8.3.2. Economies of Time. 8.4. Markets and Firms. 9. The Household Economy Restored
  • 9.1. The Aristotelian Foundations of Marx's Economics. 9.2. The New Oikos. 9.2.1. Time. 9.2.2. Community. 9.2.3. Freedom. 10. Marx, Markets, and Household Economies -- Conclusion: "This Household Is What Is Common to Us."
Control code
26261631
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
xii, 305 pages
Isbn
9780801480683
Isbn Type
(paper)
Lccn
92025141
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
(WaOLN)1505272

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