Marx's Critique of Political Economy: Volume 2
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Marx's Critique of Political Economy: Volume 2 : Intellectual Sources and Evolution

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Volume Two covers the years 1861-1863, when Marx consolidated and refined the arguments of his critique of political economy in his relatively neglected manuscripts Theories of Surplus Value. * Special attention is paid to the nature, scope and limitations of Marx's critique and to the critique of Ricardo's Principles.show more

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  • Paperback | 360 pages
  • 138 x 216 x 18.8mm | 408g
  • Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • ROUTLEDGE
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 1138878618
  • 9781138878617

Table of contents

Part 1: Exchange Value and Distribution Before Ricardo 1. Exchange value and distribution analysis before Adam Smith 2. Adam Smith's Wealth of Nations Part 2: David Ricardo and the apogee of Classical political economy 3. Ricardo's Principles: exchange value and profit 4. Ricardo's Principles: rent and surplus Value Part 3: Exchange value and distribution after Ricardo 5. Reactions to Ricardo's theory: the 'mainstream' critics 6. Reactions to Ricardo's theory: the 'pseudo-disciplines' 7. Reactions to Ricardo's theory: the 'radical critics' of capitalism 8. Some particular post-Ricardians Part 4: Political Economy and the 'Law of Motion' of Capitalism 9. The Dimensions of 'motion' and the process of reproduction 10. The consequences of capital accumulation 11. Reproduction and the immanent crises of capitalism Part 5: Epilogue Marx's critique of political economy prior to Capital: a summary statementshow more

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