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Dead Dogs Never Die: Hegel and Marx

Frank Engster and Eric John Russell have edited what looks to be a fantastic special issue of Revista Opinião Filosófica on the Hegel Marx collection with contributions from Arthur, Moseley, Jameson, Lange, Schmidt and what might be the first English … Continue reading

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Value: The Representation of Value in Capital.

Someones uploaded the out of print Value: The Representation of Value in Capital. The collection was edited by Diane Elson and put out by CSE books in 1979. My understanding is that it was one of the first Anglophone collections … Continue reading

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Towards A Systematic Dialectic.

Very clear paper by Arthur outlining his project of systematic dialectic and the Marx Hegel homology: Substantively systematic dialectic reexamines or reconstructs Marxian theory in the light of the above protocols. (Indeed, it is striking that those who have attempted … Continue reading

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Arthur’s criticism of Postone’s conception of abstract labour.

I’ve always been irked about Postone’s interpretation of abstract labour because I didn’t understand how or why he gave it such an important place or such pervasive properties in his interpretation of Marx. Tonight while re-reading Arthur’s comments on Postone … Continue reading

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