Abstract





In the global order, the market regulates the process of constitution of the capital that has reached the last stage of its development, that of the "world market", in the attempt to resolve, at a higher and narrower level, the dialectical relationship with work and thus destroy its antagonistic value. However, the world market of goods also concerns the labour force, whose characteristic is the incorporation into conscious subjects, capable of following the directions of capital from the places of lowest to those of highest value, giving rise to a migratory phenomenon of workers who physically "go up" the global value chain. Therefore, the process of valorization and subsequent constitution of Capital is opposed by a self-valorization of the global working class that has not yet reached the stage of its own political constitution, in the form of a transcrescence on the level of the global order.


 


Keywords: Globalization; Market; Labour power; Capital; Migrants; Global compact for migration.