Beyond Capital: Towards a Theory of Transition
Monthly Review Press, 1 janv. 1995 - 994 pages
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1.5 Marx's unexplored alternative perspective: from the 'little corner of the world'
to the consummation of capital's 'global ascendancy' 1.5.1 MARX had no need for
'out-Hegeling Hegel'. His primary focus was not an underdeveloped and ...
89 Marx, Grundrisse, p. 410. 90 Ibid., pp. 105- 109. " As Marx remarked on page
887 of the Grundrisse, in his critique of Carey's misconception of the nature of the
'disharmonies' identified and deplored by the American economist: What Carey ...
Marx's italics. 112 Marx, Grundrisse, p.512. 1,3 Ibid., p. 303. Marx's italics. ,M
John Stuart Mill, Principles of Political Economy, pp. 199-200. The passage from
which Marx's quotation is taken reads as follows: The laws and conditions of the ...
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The Shadow of Uncontroliability
CAPITAL S ORDER OF SOCIAL METABOLIC REPRODUCTION
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