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Border econoima Method can therefore also be read as an attempt to contribute to the ongoing discussion on the evolving shape of the world order and disorder. Today, we are witnessing a deep change in this regard.

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Per ulteriori informazioni, anche sul controllo dei cookie, leggi qui: Think of the often unreported deaths of migrants challenging borders in the deserts between Mexico and the United States or in the choppy waters of the Mediterranean Sea.

In the case of the composition of living labor, it points to the strategic relevance of heterogeneity of, for example, figures, skills, legal and social statuses across diverse geographical scales. La trasformazione del denaro in capitale: Offerta aggregata e domanda aggregata; prodotto potenziale e ciclo economico; breve periodo e lungo periodo; politiche di stabilizzazione.

At the same time we focus on the long-term problem of relations between the expanding frontiers of capital and territorial demarcations within the history of modern capitalism. We are confronted not only with a multiplication of different types of borders but also with the reemergence of the deep heterogeneity of the semantic field of the border.

This focus on the deep heterogeneity of the global is one of the distinguishing points we make, in a constant dialogue with many anthropological and ethnographic works as well as with social. In the past few years, we have become increasingly uncomfortable with the fixation in many critical border studies as well as activist circles on the image of the wall. New and old forms of war continue to target vast borderlands.

Again, taking the point of view of the border, we propose a new concept—the multiplication eelmenti labor—and we attempt to map the very geographical disruption that lies at the core of capitalist globalization. Here, again, our work on borders encounters current debates on translation and the common.


This book can be partially read as a contribution to this debate, in which we see some of the most promising conditions for the reinvention of a project of liberation in the global present. It will not be surprising that our work on borders leads us to engage in a discussion with some of the most influential elaborations on the topic of political subjectivity circulating in current critical debates.


Symbolic, linguistic, cultural, and urban boundaries are no longer articulated in fixed ways by the geopolitical border. Think of Waziristan, Kashmir, Palestine. They also convey, in a glimpse, an idea of the deep heterogeneity of the semantic field of the border, of its complex symbolic and material implications. Again, taking the border as an epistemic angle opens up new and particularly productive perspectives on the transformations currently reshaping power and capital —for instance, shedding light on the intermingling of sovereignty and governmentality and on the logistical operations underlying global circuits of accumulation.

Around these borders, although often far away from the literal border, some of the most crucial struggles of the present are fought.

We are aware of many differences that must be taken into account in doing this. As many scholars have noted, the border has inscribed itself at the center of contemporary experience.

Sostanza di valore, grandezza di valore, forma di valore; Il processo di scambio; Il denaro, ossia la circolazione delle merci; La trasformazione del denaro in capitale: We concur with many thinkers who have argued that the nation-state has been reorganized and reformatted in the contemporary world.

Nowadays, multiplicity is the necessary point of departure for any investigation of the composition of labor, and Border as Method attempts to provide some tools for identifying the points of more intense conflict and friction where such an investigation can focus.

Karl Marx, il Capitale, libro primo, cap.

We do not propose a comparative analysis of these and other instances. But the conditions of this unity have to be fully reimagined against the background of a multiplicity and heterogeneity that must be turned from an element of weakness into an element of strength. The same is true for states, global political actors, agencies of governance, and capital.


The image of the wall can also entrench the idea slomah a clear-cut division between the economai and the outside as well as the desire for a perfect integration of the inside. Borders play a key role in the production of the heterogeneous time and space of contemporary global and postcolonial capitalism.

At the same time, when we speak of the importance elemmenti border crossing, we are aware that this moment in the operation of borders is important not just from the point of view of subjects in transit.

Subjects in motion and their experiences of the border provide a kind of thread that runs through the nine chapters of the volume. Our work on borders is to be read in this sense as a contribution to the critical investigation of actually existing global processes. To gain an analytical purchase on these processes we interlace multiple gazes and voices, crossing and challenging the North—South divide.

Borders in modernity have played a constitutive role in the modes of production and organization of political subjectivity.

Misurazione, flusso circolare, la composizione del prodotto aggregato, la scomposizione del prodotto pro-capite, la meccanica del pil pro-capite, tasso di partecipazione, tasso di disoccupazione naturale e isteresi. Our emphasis on heterogeneity is also important eonomia the analysis of what we call with Karl Marx the composition of contemporary living labor, which is more and more crisscrossed, divided, and multiplied by practices of mobility and the operation of borders.

Violence undeniably shapes lives and relations that are played out on and across borders worldwide. The modern cartographical representation and institutional arrangement of the border as a line—first in Europe and then globalized through the whirlwind of colonialism, imperialism, and anticolonial struggles—has somehow obscured this complexity and led us to consider the border as literally marginal.