Marx's Capital and Capitalism Today Routledge Library Editions: Political Science Volume 52

by Athar Hussain, Barry Hindess, Paul Q.Hirst

Taylor and Francis | October 17, 2013 | Kobo Edition (eBook)

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This volume is concerned with the re-evaluation and criticism of Capital itself. It is in three parts, each covering a specific area of Marxist theory. The first part contains an investigation into Marx’s theory of value and considers the types of questions and modes of analysis to which this theory leads. In the second part the nature and implications of necessary economic ‘laws of tendency’ in the capitalist mode of production are covered. Finally there is an analysis of the role of class structure and economic agents in Marxist theory.

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Published: October 17, 2013

Publisher: Taylor and Francis

Language: English

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ISBN - 13: 9781135025656

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Marx's Capital and Capitalism Today Routledge Library Editions: Political Science Volume 52

by Athar Hussain, Barry Hindess, Paul Q.Hirst, Tony Cutler

Format: Kobo Edition (eBook)

Published: October 17, 2013

Publisher: Taylor and Francis

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 1135025657

ISBN - 13: 9781135025656

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This volume is concerned with the re-evaluation and criticism of Capital itself. It is in three parts, each covering a specific area of Marxist theory. The first part contains an investigation into Marx’s theory of value and considers the types of questions and modes of analysis to which this theory leads. In the second part the nature and implications of necessary economic ‘laws of tendency’ in the capitalist mode of production are covered. Finally there is an analysis of the role of class structure and economic agents in Marxist theory.