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Hi! My name is Arantxa and I'm going to explain power as a social relation in Marxism
For example, it values capacities as socially structured rather than as socially amorphous.
It also values more capacities grounded on social relations rather than of individual agents
There are reciprocal, sometimes asymmetrical, capacities and vulnerabilities...
Capacities to exercise power need specific sets of social relations and depend for their actualization on specific circumstances...
And there are only particular powers and the sum of particular exercises of power.
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