Towards an unknown Marx : a commentary on the manuscripts of 1861-63

Enrique Dussel ; translated from Spanish by Yolanda Angulo ; edited, with an introduction by Fred Moseley

<p>This book is the first complete commentary on Marx's manuscripts of 1861-63, works that guide our understanding of fundamental concepts such as 'surplus-value' and 'production price'.<p>The recent publication of Marx's writings in their entirety has been a seminal event in Marxian scholarship. The hitherto unknown second draft of Volume 1 and first draft of Volume 3 of Capital, both published in the Manuscripts of 1861-63, now provide an important intermediate link between the Grundrisse and the final published editions of Capital. In this book, Enrique Dussel, one of the most original Marxist philosophers in the world today, provides an authoritative and detailed commentary on the manuscripts of 1861-63.<p>The main points which Dussel emphasises in this path-breaking work are: <ul><li>The fundamental category in Marx's theory is 'living labour' which exists outside of capital and which capital must subsume in order to produce surplus-value</li><li>Theories of Surplus Value is not a historical survey of previous theories, but rather a 'critical confrontation' through which Marx developed new categories for his own theory</li><li>The most important new categories developed in this manuscript are related to the 'forms of appearance' of surplus value.</li></ul><p>The final part of the book discusses the relevance of the Manuscripts of 1861-63 to contemporary global capitalism, especially to the continuing underdevelopment and extreme poverty of Latin America.

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  • Part I The Central Notebooks of "Chapter III": The Production Process of Capital 1. Money becomes capital: from exteriority to totality 1.1 New syllogism: D-M-D 1.2 Face-to-face encounter of the owner of money and the owner of labour. Creative exteriority 1.3 Exchange. The labour and the valorization process 1.4 The two component parts of capital 2. Absolute surplus-value 2.1 Surplus value in general and social classes 2.2 Absolute surplus value 2.3 The nature of surplus value and the "rate of exploitation" 3. Relative surplus value 3.1 The "essence" of relative surplus value 3.2 The general form of subsumption: cooperation 3.3 The second mode of subsumption: the "social" division of "social" labour 3.4 The third mode of subsumption: machinery in the factory Part II Critical Confrontation of the Entire Categorical System 4. Critical confrontation with Steuart and the physiocrats 4.1 The case of Steuart 4.2 Confrontation with the Physiocrats 4.3 Other minor contradictions 5. Adam Smith's perplexities 5.1 Confusions regarding the exchange of labour for capital 5.2 Identification of surplus value and profit 5.3 The question of reproduction 6. Productive labour 6.1 Productive labour, capital and commodities 6.2 Polemics regarding productive labour 6.3 Toward the end of the polemic 6.4 Quesnay's Tableau Economique 7. The theory of rent 7.1 Formulation of a theory of rent through a critical confrontation with Rodbertus 7.2 Methodological digression 7.3 The "Ricardian law" and its history 7.4 "Cost price" in Ricardo and Smith 7.5 Rent in Ricardo and Smith 7.6 The "tables on rent" 8. Surplus value, profit, accumulation and crisis in Ricardo 8.1 Surplus value and profir 8.2 The rate of profit 8.3 Accumulation and reproduction 8.4 The "possibility" and the "existence" of crisis 9. The fetishism of vulgar and apologetic economics 9.1 Surplus value in Malthus 9.2 The disintegration of the Ricardian school 9.3 Critical reactions 9.4 The fetishism of revenue: a sort of conclusion of the "Theories of surplus value" Part III New Discoveries 10. Towards "Chapter II" and "Chapter III" 10.1 Mercantile capital 10.2 Capital and profit: towards "Chapter III" 10.3 The reflux of money in capitalist reproduction 10.4 End of "theories of surplus value" 10.5 New plans of the future work 11. New precisions for "Chapter I" 11.1 Relative surplus value: revolution of the "mode of production" or "technological truth" 11.2 Relationship among the types of surplus value. formal and real subsumption. Productive labour and fetishism 11.3 Accumulation or the reconversion of surplus value into capital 11.4 Critical-historical readings from Petty Part IV The New Transition 12. The Manuscripts of 1861-63 and the philosophy of liberation 12.1 What is "science" for Marx? 12.2 "Critique" from the exteriority of living-labor 12.3 Passage to the essence or the "developme

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書名 Towards an unknown Marx : a commentary on the manuscripts of 1861-63
著作者等 Dussel, Enrique D.
Moseley, Fred
Dussel Enrique
書名別名 Hacia un Marx descondido
シリーズ名 Routledge studies in the history of economics
出版元 Routledge
刊行年月 2001
ページ数 xl, 273 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 9780415215459
NCID BA52390590
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言語 英語
原文言語 スペイン語
出版国 イギリス