It’s the End of the Work as We Know It: End of the Work, Complete Automation, Robotic Anarcommunism

  • Pierpaolo Marrone Università di Trieste, Italy
Keywords: Technique, capitalism, anarchocomunism, total automation, labor

Abstract

In this article I explore some consequences of the relations between technique, capitalism and radical liberation ideologies (such as communism and anarcho-communism). My thesis is that the latter are going to rise to the extent that wage labor will become a scarce commodity. Through total automation, however, what may occur will not be the end of the reign of scarcity, but a new oppressive order.

Published
2020-07-17
How to Cite
Marrone, P. (2020). It’s the End of the Work as We Know It: End of the Work, Complete Automation, Robotic Anarcommunism. HUMANA.MENTE Journal of Philosophical Studies, 13(37), 1-18. Retrieved from http://www.humanamente.eu/index.php/HM/article/view/309