Worker’s Inquiry: A Genealogy

I’ve been too busy writing about my research to do any research, or to write about it on this blog. But I do have to write two papers for two upcoming conferences in the next few weeks, which I will post on here. In the meantime, read this article from the new Viewpoint. I think it does an exemplary job of showing why value-form theory is important for social, let alone revolutionary, theory. It also provides a fascinating history of workers’ inquiry and provides an important discussion of how these two strands might supplement each other.

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