Understanding capitalism's decomposition

The ICC's analysis of the final phase of capitalism's decadence, its phase of decomposition, was first published in the form of theses in International Review no62, third quarter 1990. These theses provide the framework for the articles that follow, and in general for the analysis of the effects of decomposition on capitalist society as a whole.

Understanding the decomposition of capitalism: Marxism at the roots of the concept of capitalism's decomposition

In the “Theses on Decomposition” (published for the first time in International Review no 62 and republished in International Review no107) as well as in the article “The decomposition of capitalism” (published in the International Review no57) we argued that capitalism had entered into a new and final stage of its decadence, that of its decomposition, a phase characterised by the aggravation and culmination of all the contradictions of the system.

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