cybercapitalist

Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary
Jump to: navigation, search

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

cyber- +‎ capitalist

Noun[edit]

cybercapitalist (plural cybercapitalists)

  1. A participant in, or proponent of, cybercapitalism.
    • 1995, Masʻud Zavarzadeh, Teresa L Ebert, Donald E Morton, Post-ality: Marxism and postmodernism
      In other words, for cybercapitalists, "managers" are a synecdoche of an emerging social order evolving not around "capital" and "labor" but around "qualifications" (knowledge).
    • 1996, Business Week
      ...cybercapitalists are wondering how much people would be willing to ante up to visit a given site on the World Wide Web.
    • 1998, Kathleen Biddick, The shock of medievalism
      The Haitian spirits are the shamans, magical healers of cyberspace. They perform the healing work of opposing the inhuman excess of the cybercapitalist Vierek...

Translations[edit]