Exploitative Techniques

According to Ruyle,[1] exploitative techniques are the "precise instrumentalities through which economic surplus is pumped out of the direct producers: slavery, plunder, tribute, rent, taxation, usury, and various forms of unequal exchange."

The System

The System consists of Exploitative Techniques, Ideological Institution, Mechanisms of Force

Syncretic Terms

The System is also known as Mode of Exploitation, Regime of Accumulation, Système Ancien, The Matrix

Related Terms

Exploitation, Exploitative Techniques, Ideological Institutions, Mechanisms of Force, Mode of Exploitation, Regime of Accumulation, The System

Notes

Exploitatives techniques constitute one of three aspects of the Mode of Exploitation. Other aspects include the Mechanisms of Force and Ideological Institutions. [2]

The exploitation of the masses is facilitated and enabled by a Toxic Socialization process that damages and indoctrinates the individual. Toxic Socialization is created and implemented by Ideological Institutions.

Footnotes

  1. Ruyle, Eugene E. “Mode of Production and Mode of Exploitation: The Mechanical and the Dialectical.” Dialectical Anthropology 1, no. 1 (1975): 7–23. https://doi.org/10.1007/bf00244565. p. 12
  2. Ruyle, Eugene E. “Mode of Production and Mode of Exploitation: The Mechanical and the Dialectical.” Dialectical Anthropology 1, no. 1 (1975): 7–23. https://doi.org/10.1007/bf00244565. p. 11

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