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Marx Contra Lukacs in 1861-63.

Here’s a passage that I think does a good job of highlighting why Lukacs conflation of objectification with the social character of things (commodities as imbued with value) is problematic missing the importance in Marx’s analysis of why and how … Continue reading

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Crisis, Money and Capital in 1861-63.

From crisis and its relation to the commodity and money, Marx then moves to capital: But now the further development of the potential CRISIS has to be traced — the real crisis can only be educed from the real movement … Continue reading

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