slave mode

slave mode

[′slāv ‚mōd]
(computer science)
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Whittaker also demonstrated that tenancy had become embedded within a longer history in the Roman Empire, found even during the Republic, and that legislation had discussed tenancy since the second century BCE, so one did not evolve out of the other (92) He also demonstrated through reference to Pope Pelagius in the sixth century that slaves continued to work on estates even in the medieval period Historians now argue that slavery "did not slowly morph into what could be called medieval serfdom, nor did the crisis of the assumed 'decline' of the slave mode of production lead to the rise of feudalism" (De Wet, Preaching Bondage 8), but the debate surrounding the nature of the rise of the coloni continues to be an area of debate.
The slave mode of production was not a creation of capitalism, which crucially depended upon this pre-existing mode to bring itself into being (most specifically on the proceeds of the infamous slave trade which Marx heartily detested), for 'out of the death of slavery a new life at once arose' and 'the veiled slavery of wage-labourers in Europe needed the unqualified slavery of the New World as its pedestal' (1867: 192, 925).
The inversion of approaches is what will enable us to connect production relations with the existing production forces and prepare the colonial slave mode of production category in its specific determination" (1992, 7).
(3) The nutmeg estates of the Banda Islands, in eastern Indonesia, provide a rare unequivocal example of a slave mode of production in Southeast Asia, and its sole instance in an agricultural context.
To develop his two themes, the author evokes both a colonial context, which included the promotion of "legitimate" commerce, and an African one, which fostered, among other things, the emergence of a slave mode of production tied to a legitimate trade political economy.
At each location, the PumpSmart PS200 operates two Goulds 3996 in-line process pumps in multi-pump operation using constant slave mode and pressure control.
Blake shows how a 'slave mode of production' in the settlement privileged the interests of the Whites.
A partial-master mode and slave mode can be used for CCDs that require a different timing generator for vertical, or vertical and horizontal timing, respectively.
Contrary to the widely held assumption that the slave mode of production and its dependence on agricultural seasons necessarily fostered a predominantly natural (and hence precapitalist) time-awareness among southern masters, the following analysis of planters' application of the mechanical timepiece to plantation labour not only shows that slave-holders managed to introduce the clock and watch to the field, but suggests that the strategies such an introduction demanded made them think and act like clock-conscious capitalists.
Toward the end of "Feminism and Critical Theory," she makes a claim well worth mentioning here: "However active in the production of civilization as a by-product, socialized capital has not moved far from the presuppositions of a slave mode of production" (91).
Dimitrts Kyrtatas is Assistant Professor of Ancient History at the University of Crete and author of Slaves, Slavery and the Slave Mode of Production (in Greek, Polites, 1987).