On Sun, 13 Aug 2000 16:00:11 -0400 Yoshie Furuhashi <furuhashi.1 at osu.edu> wrote:
> Once you rule out the eventual abolition of capitalism as a political
> possibility (be it through revolutionary or evolutionary socialism),
> it's almost a matter of logic that you end up with Helmut Schmidt's
> argument, sooner or later.
There is no good reason to rule out the eventual abolition of capitalism... but there is good reason to rule out the abolition of *some* form of (political) economy. Maybe gender can be abolished... but sexuation can't be.
Maybe I'm wrong. Maybe human beings might lose all sense of political economy and sex/gender... but this potential abolition seems to be more a vision of total domination than freedom...