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capitalist

an owner of CAPITAL, who may or may not be directly involved in production. See CAPITALISM AND CAPITALIST MODE OF PRODUCTION.
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Advancing a critical educational resistance must therefore also include an understanding of the ways in which the value of education circulates capitalistically.
Given that it is not a capitalistically produced commodity it is impossible to adjust the supply of labour power to the demand for it as is the case with other commodities.
This formulation of popular culture's mode of production as capitalistically rather than artistically spurred carries over to pulp authors in general.
As the next section examines, not only did Europeans create images to substantiate their falsified and inflated sense of self, but in form true to their capitalistically exploitative nature, they "dressed-up" commodities with these images, thus profiting from their marketing and sale.
Those who aren't receptive don't need to get my money," he proclaims, adding that, "Whether we like it or not, medical care in our society is a capitalistically driven mechanism," meaning all of us may have to go through a long list of doctors in order to find the right one for our needs.
For example, in France, with Sarkozy in power now, he has already changed a couple of things, and he's really trying to make France a more capitalistically efficient place.
A Protestant who lived spiritually, and capitalistically, was rewarded by accumulating money and could therefore follow a secular vocation with as much zeal as possible.
Rural economic pursuits are organized capitalistically, and rural communities often develop "cultures of complicity" to legitimate their roles in resource exploitation.