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Capital as eternal compulsion

Another day, another interesting passage from Capital. I choose the following because it strikes me as one of the few places where the second level of Marx’s critique of political economy intersects with the first level. While there are plenty … Continue reading

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Heinrich’s critcism of the Secular Crisis.

The idea that the current crisis is a secular crisis has some currency in several contemporary Left currents. I reckon the analysis that underlies this is too often premised on a philosophy of history, rather than a complex historical analysis. … Continue reading

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Heinrich Interview.

Excellent lengthy interview with Heinrich can be found here.

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