Category Archives: Marxology

Why Marx would never cut it as a Marxologist.

In ‘Second Nature: Gender in Marx’s Grundrisse,’ Amy Wendling provides this amusing anecdote about Marx’s notes on John Millar’s The Origin of the Distinction of Ranks; or, An Inquiry into the Circumstances which give rise to Influence and Authority in … Continue reading

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New Elbe Translation

Readers of this blog will be excited to hear that Viewpoint has published a full translation of Ingo Elbe’s Between Marx, Marxism and Marxisms – Ways of Reading Marx’s Theory, which provides an excellent comparative analysis of the Traditional, Western and … Continue reading

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Ingo Elbe Translation Project

Please circulate widely: Ingo Elbe’s Marx im Westen is the authoritative theoretical history of West German Marxist Theory providing a brilliant and lucid account of the intricacies of the debates over Marx’s theory of Value, the State Derivation debate and … Continue reading

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HM CFP.

Here’s the CFP for the Annual HM conference: Call for papers for the 10th Annual Historical Materialism Conference HM 2013: Making the World Working Class 7-10 November Central London Organised in collaboration with the Isaac and Tamara Deutscher Memorial Committee … Continue reading

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Mistranslations of “Schein” and “Erscheinung”: The Structure of Chapter 1 of Capital, Volume I

A much more systematic account of these translation issues than my babble: Mistranslations of “Schein” and “Erscheinung”: The Structure of Chapter 1 of Capital, Volume I IGOR HANZEL ABSTRACT: The argument of Marx’s Capital, Volume I, chapter 1, has a … Continue reading

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New Issue of SSPT.

The new issue of Studies and Social and Political Thought is out. Featuring a number of articles that should be of interest to readers of this blog: Dialectic of Domination and Liberation Chris Arthur The Marxian Theory of Revolution as … Continue reading

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Final Notes on Postone.

I just finished TLSD. As you’ve probably noticed I had my problems with it. I don’t want to go over them in detail again as they are available elsewhere on this blog. Instead I want to focus on two points: … Continue reading

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