- Author:Karl Marx,Friedrich Engels
- Publisher:Cosimo Classics (January 1, 2013)
- Pages:620 pages
- Subcategory:Politics & Government
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Ed. Frederick Engels. Only vol. 1 appeared in Marx’s lifetime; the other two vols. were published postumously by Engels. Part II, Chapter XVII THE CIRCULATION OF SURPLUS-VALUE.
Frederick Engels, the intimate friend and co-operator of Marx, stepped into the place of his dead comrade and proceeded to complete the work.
org) 1995, 1999; Transcribed: Zodiac, Hinrich Kuhls, Allan Thurrott, Bill McDorman, Bert Schultz.
In Volume II, Marx delves into the circulation mechanics of the commodity circuits in far greater detail than in his previous work.
The world is a war of ideas – Schopenhauer. Karl Marx’s ideas were perceived as so dangerous that the Germans shipped him in a sealed boxcar to Russia because they were afraid of his economic theory spreading. What were Marx’s ideas and why were they so powerful? Although his theories are not largely recognized today as valid, there are some truths in his theory.
Volume two is more about the circulation process.
Marx himself claims to have sacrificed his health, happiness, and family to writing the book. This has the pathetic sound of self-pitying exaggeration. Volume two is more about the circulation process. Please read it and don't quit after chapter 3. It is a long book and it is somewhat complicated.
Section 2The Medium of Circulation. Karl Heinrich Marx, one of the fathers of communism, was born on May 5, 1818 in Trier, Germany.
Volume I, Part I covers:. Commodities and Money. He was educated at a variety of German colleges, including the University of Jena. Marx co-wrote his best-known work, "The Communist Manifesto" (1848), with his friend, Friedrich Engels.
and amplified according to the 4th German ed. by Ernest Untermann. Tr. from the 1st German ed.
Traduction de M. J. Roy, entièrement revisée par l’auteur.
The work was to close with volume III, containing Book IV, A History of Theories of Surplus-Value. Traduction de M.