Marx Beyond Marx: Lessons on the Grundrisse

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Autonomedia, 1991 - Marxian economics - 248 pages
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'Marx Beyond Marx aims toward a reconstruction of Marxist theory, a reconstruction that goes beyond Marx by going back to Marx, an angry Marxism summoned by the real possibility of communism ... In setting the agenda for such a reconstruction, and in clarifying its priorities, this book is a pathbreaking and indispensable work.' Capital and Class

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A long time ago, Tony Negri gave this political reading of the Grundrisse. (Political in he develops the text to his end, rather than a more tradition reading). As an account of the Money form of ... Read full review

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John R. Bell taught for over three decades at Seneca College, Toronto, Canada. His 'Dialectics and Economic Theory' appeared in 'A Japanese Approach to Political Economy '(1995); 'From Hegel to Marx to the Dialectic of Capital' appeared in 'New Dialectics and Political Economy' (2003). He and Thomas Sekine co-authored 'The Disintegration of Capitalism: A Phase of Ex-Capitalist Transition' in 'Phases of Capitalist Development: Booms, Crises and Globalizations' (2001). In 2004 he co-edited 'New Socialisms', to which he contributed, 'Marx's Anti -Authoritarian Ecocommunism. Currently, he is providing editorial assistance to Thomas Sekine, who is translating 'Economic Policies', Uno's major contribution to the stages theory of capitalism's historical development.

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