New Investigations of Marx's Method
Fred Moseley, Martha Campbell
Humanities Press, Jan 1, 1997 - Dialectical materialism - 207 pages
New Investigations of Marx's Method is concerned with the philosophical principles that underlie Marx's economic theory in Capital, a subject which is essential to an understanding of Capital, but which has received very little attention. The authors of these papers insist that a proper evaluation of Marx's theory, and especially its logical coherence, requires a clear and thorough understanding of his theory in terms of its own logical structure.
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The Place of Social Form
On the Argument in Capital
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abstract amount of surplus-value analysis argues argument assumption bourgeois C.III capi capitalist capitalist mode capitalist production chapter circulation claim commodity money constant capital critique derivation determined discussion distribution of surplus-value economists empirical empiricist Engels equivalent exchange value explain expression form of value function Grundrisse hard core Hegel historical ibid interpretation Karl Marx labor power Lakatos Lakatos's law of value logical manuscript Marx's Capital Marx's method Marx's theory Marxian Marxian theory Marxism means methodological mode of production modity neo-Ricardian neoclassical economics notion of tendency novel facts objective philosophy predictions prices of production purist splits rate of profit redoubled empiricism rent research program result Reuten Ricardo simple commodity production simple value form social forms social labor social production society starting point subjectivism subjectivist surplus systematic dialectic tendential Theories of Surplus-Value theory of value tion total amount total capital total surplus-value trans transformation universal use-value value-form Volume wealth