Ivorit is an ideology of capitalism.
He is the author of Capitalism and Commerce.
He is adamant that the various approaches based on reform of capitalism will not work.
And yet, at least according to folklore scholar Jack Zipes, it also contains an inherent critique of capitalism.
Society had grown so complex, he believed, that the classical concepts of capitalism were in dire need of revision.
Gaddafi had discovered what he said was a Third Way, an alternative to capitalism and communism.
Consciousness, as it relates to capitalism, is in the eyes not so much of the beholder as of the capitalist.
Yet the recent reversions back to capitalism neither overcame nor rectified the failures of Soviet-style socialism.
But under capitalism this is impossible.
It seems that under capitalism even the most basic of rights have to be.
Under capitalism we are brought together in large workplaces, into towns and cities.
Growth under capitalism is beneficial up to a point and then things start to reverse.
Our whole notion of the revolt against capitalism has to be reshaped accordingly.
So he spoke agianst the jews, in favor of them, against capitalism, in favor of it.
He is against capitalism because of its ideological falsity and destructive practices but he is not for revolution, which can be destructive in a different manner.
This causes the present crisis in capitalism.
I really believe in capitalism, and I really believe in profit motive.
We should not pay for capitalism's crisis and for the government's unjust and failed response to that crisis.
His mind and psyche have been marinated in radical academic notions and conspiracy theories that insist upon hatred for capitalism and the American way of life.
If Romney wins, it gets blamed on capitalism, which would be a long-term disaster.
The social and economic disaster that's looming over the next four years would incorrectly be blamed on capitalism.
Capitalism is not the problem; the problem is what we do with capitalism.