Basic Principle of Capitalism

May 3rd, 2012 by nathan Leave a reply »

The basic principle of the capitalism is a economic system where it has the detainer of the capital or means of production (lands, machines, merchandises, etc.), and the supplier of the work force, where if it concentrates the great majority of the people. But, since its beginning, in middle of sc. XV, the capitalism had its some phases of development, passing of the commercial capitalism for the industrial capitalism, financial capitalism e, finally, the call informacional capitalism or of the knowledge. Such changes, had provoked the technological evolution, taking the man to a new social configuration, where perhaps, it never dares before to think, the globalizado world. Economic factors, social politicians and had been the desencadeantes of these changes, even so, coincidently, marked for the occurrence of two great world-wide wars, between a period and another one. As we know, the names, rules, capital goods, technology are changed, etc but the division of the capital continues different. A small parcel of the population it withholds the capital, therefore, the power and, the great mairoria, continues to vender its force of work. Although they are free and they have the illusion of that they could be rich, through the progress in one shining professional career or the great luck of a lottery prize.

Quanta illusion! Inside of this context, illusion and reality, are the Human being; a carrying individual of a dream, its force of work and its inexhaustible hope in the future. Future this, that seems to be threatened to each day, for innumerable problems that surround the life of the people proceeding from the proper globalizado world, of this new social configuration, or then, for the ghost of the unemployment, that devastates the life of a considerable parcel of the economically productive population and haunts, daily, the diligent classroom. The people are scared and with the sharpened perception more, its increasing difficulties and the constant notice that cross the oceans in fraction of seconds, you raise telling them of protests that come out here and there, disclosing a dissatisfaction generalized; the crises economic-financiers who sprout in the Europe to each day, and, more recently, in the United States.


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