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As I’ve mentioned before, I am a lawyer and I cannot help but approach CasP from a legal point of view. I have been drafting a CasP-related paper for quite some time that is not law-centric but is, nevertheless, informed by the law and its evolution over time as it relates to capitalism and its predecessors.
For example, I have become convinced that capitalism is a mode of power and only a mode of power, that Marx’s continuing to view capitalism as a mode of production prevents understanding capitalism for the revolution it was in terms of social power relations enforced by law. (By the same token, I’d argue that everything Marx labeled a mode of production is better considered as a mode of power, especially when you consider the regression that feudalism represents and how it came into existence in Europe. Hint: it involved a revolution in the law.)
Anyway, while I enjoy test-driving ideas on this forum, I would like to publish a more comprehensive work to solicit criticism, etc. Any suggestions on how best to go about that? I know there is the RECASP journal and a “Working Papers” section on this site, but does it make more sense to publish on SSRN or elsewhere?
Thank you in advance.
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