Ontological centrality of work or centrality of information and knowledge in the processes of human formation?

This article is an attempt to hold a discussion about some of the most important and current theoretical conceptions regarding the problem that involves the question of the centrality of work in human formation. We have tried to contextualize recent transformations that have taken place on the material basis of social production in the interior of the capital order and their consequences for the various aspects that they involve, from the social production and reproduction of knowledge to the formation processes of the subjects.

work; information; knowledge; social ontology


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