Polityka feministyczna anty/postpracy a obrona dochodu podstawowego.

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Kathi Weeks

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Artykuł stanowi obronę bezwarunkowego dochodu podstawowego przed ostatnią krytyką ze strony lewicy. Wyciągając wnioski z wysuwanego w latach siedemdziesiątych dwudziestego wieku żądania płac za pracę domową, opowiadam się za powszechnym, godnym dochodem podstawowym. Przedstawiam go jako koalicyjną, antyproduktywistyczną, antyrodzinną reformę, która odpowiada na problemy stworzone przez obecny system pracy najemnej i rodziny: nieadekwatne szacowanie naszego wkładu w gospodarkę oraz niesprawiedliwy podział dochodu.

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MATERIALNE WARUNKI UWSPÓLNIANIA
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Kathi Weeks, Duke University Durham, NC, USA,

KATHI WEEKS – profesorka gender studies, seksualności i studiów feministycznych na Uniwersytecie Duke’a. Jest autorką książek Constituting Feminist Subjects (Verso 2018) i The Problem with Work: Feminism, Marxism, Antiwork Politics and Postwork Imaginaries (Duke University Press 2011).

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