Text topic: Context in Arts and Media
Text author: Јован Чекић
The term crisis is primarily associated with the world economic crisis and thus the question of relationship between capitalism and crisis comes to the fore. Is a crisis something that disrupts normal functioning of the system from the outside and assumes short duration followed by restoration of balance and return to the normal process of market regulation and setting? Or is it an essential and immutable characteristic of the capitalist mode of production, which leads to conclusion that capitalism is historically presented as a continuous movement from one crisis to another, indicating permanent crisis as the main feature of late capitalism and the present moment? What are the consequences of entering into a permanent crisis?