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Antonio, Robert

Marx and Modernity

Key Readings and Commentary

€ 58.25


  • Organizes Marx s writings thematically, presenting him as the father of modern capitalist social theory

  • Includes 15 contemporary essays reflecting the influence of Karl Marx on today s economy and society

  • Contains substantial editorial introductions by a well known Marx scholar
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Taal / Language : English

Inhoudsopgave:
Notes on Contributors x
General Editor`s Foreword xiii
Acknowledgments xvii
Introduction: Marx and Modernity 1(50)
Robert J. Antonio
SECTION I MARX READINGS 51(2)
Part 1 Marx`S Vision Of History: ``Historical Materialism`` 53(22)
Primary Historical Relations, or The Basic Aspects of Social Activity (with Engels)
57(3)
The Ruling Class and the Ruling Ideas...(with Engels)
60(3)
The Formation of Classes (with Engels)
63(2)
Preface to A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy
65(2)
Labour Rent
67(2)
Karl Marx (Engels)
69(3)
Letter to Joseph Bloch (Engels)
72(3)
Part 2 The Juggernaut Of Capitalist Modernity: The Revolutionary Bourgeoisie, The End Of Tradition, And New Social Powers 75(26)
The Secret of Primitive Accumulation
79(3)
Development of the Division of Labour (with Engels)
82(8)
Bourgeois and Proletarians (with Engels)
90(3)
Historical Tendency of Capitalist Accumulation
93(2)
Co-operation
95(5)
Cardinal Facts of Capitalist Production
100(1)
Part 3 Marx`S Labor Theory Of Value: The Hidden Social Relationship Beneath Capitalism`S Distorted ``Economic`` Surface 101(30)
The Two Factors of a Commodity: Use Value and Value
105(3)
From Value, Price and Profit
108(12)
The Fetishism of Commodities and the Secret Thereof
120(7)
The General Formula for Capital
127(4)
Part 4 From Manufacture To Modern Industry: The First And Second Industrial Revolutions 131(22)
Division of Labour and Manufacture
135(8)
Machinery and Modern Industry
143(10)
Part 5 The Downside Of Capitalist Growth: Overpopulation, Poverty, Speculative Crises, And Environmental Devastation 153(22)
The General Law of Capitalist Accumulation
157(4)
The Tendency of the Rate of Profit to Fall
161(2)
Progressive Production of a Relative Surplus Population or Industrial Reserve Army
163(3)
The Increase of Lunacy in Great Britain
166(3)
The Economic Crisis in Europe
169(3)
Modern Industry and Agriculture
172(3)
Part 6 Globalization And Colonialism: The New International Division Of Labor 175(20)
Foreign Trade
179(2)
Repulsion and Attraction of Workpeople
181(2)
The Crisis in England
183(3)
British Incomes in India
186(4)
The Indian Revolt
190(5)
Part 7 New Society Rising In The Old: Socially Regulated Capitalism And A Third Industrial Revolution 195(18)
The Factory Acts
199(5)
The Role of Credit in Capitalist Production
204(4)
Fixed Capital and the Development of the Productive Forces of Society
208(5)
Part 8 The Revolutionary Proletariat And The Vicissitudes Of History: Counterrevolution Dictatorship Or Radical Democracy 213(36)
The Rise of the Revolutionary Proletariat (with Engels)
219(6)
Proletarians and Communists (with Engels)
225(2)
From The Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte
227(6)
From The Civil War in France
233(12)
From Critique of the Gotha Programme
245(4)
SECTION II CONTEMPORARY READINGS 249(2)
Part 9 After Communism: The Death Or Return Of Marx 251(22)
Mourning Marxism
255(4)
Ronald Aronson
Marx Redux
259(5)
David Harvey
The Return of Karl Marx
264(9)
John Cassidy
Part 10 New Economy Or Old? Information Capitalism And The Polarization Of Class, Race, And Ethnicity 273(42)
The Connected and the Disconnected
277(15)
Jeremy Rifkin
The Architecture of a New Consensus
292(7)
Thomas Frank
Societal Changes and Vulnerable Neighborhoods
299(8)
William Julius Wilson
Fortress L.A.
307(8)
Mike Davis
Part 11 Neoliberal Globalization: Concentration, Proletarianization, And Dislocation In The New Transnational Order 315(26)
America`s Immigration ``Problem``
319(7)
Saskia Sassen
``These Dark Satanic Mills``
326(10)
William Greider
From the Great Transformation to the Global Free Market
336(5)
John Gray
Part 12 Emergent Resistance To Neoliberal Globalization: Anti-Corporate Alliance Politics And Direct Actions 341(26)
Slouching toward Seattle
345(7)
Jeff Faux
Seattle Diary
352(9)
Jeff St. Clair
Not just a Seattle Sequel
361(6)
Bruce Shapiro
Part 13 Rethinking Class And Class Politics After Communism: Avoiding Marxist Determinism And Totalization 367(20)
Class Analysis, History, and Emancipation
371(8)
Erik Olin Wright
From Redistribution to Recognition?
379(8)
Nancy Fraser
Bibliography 387(3)
Index 390
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Paperback / softback
420 pagina's
Januari 2002
363 gram
222 x 146 x 32 mm
Wiley-Blackwell us

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