This paper intends to deploy a reflection on some of the general features of taylorism and fordism, two work organization and surplus generating devices that have marked the history of capitalist modernity and have established a production pace unprecedented in the history of economic life. By relating such devices to the capitals immanent tendency to increase himself –to look for its own self-expansion–, the text is inspired by the thought rooted in Marxs and Foucaults works in order to inquire into the sense of those strategies of subsumption of labour under capital which try to generate subjects of obedience and productive bodies.
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