Class, politics and social conflict in the capitalism: the contribution of Ralf Dahrendorf
Author(s)Antonio Carlos Dias Junior
Social sciences (General)
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AbstractIn the article we analyzed critically the german english philosopher and sociologist’s construction Ralf Dahrendorf (1929-2009) about the social conflict and its institutionalization (regulation) in the capitalist society, such as its social and political displays "post" marxist model. The dahrendorfian theorization to concern represents a theoretical and proto-philosophical response to the systems which the author considers like enclosed and utopian, from T. Parsons and K. Marx. The more suitable model to the "post-capitalists" societies is that, to Dahrendorf, where the social conflict is the impulse power, but the ubiquitous conflict and rolled in terms of authority, and not solely in the antagonism between burghers and proletarians.