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Explorations in the logic of capital

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This chapter is part of an initial attempt to set out the development in Capital in an unequivocal dialectical form. The full development proceeds from commodity to money and comes to a pause at the point where capital is introduced. The discussion follows the treatment in Capital (using the Grundrisse) and quotations are from the Penguin/Vintage edition. Since only what is required for logical transitions is included thus excluding testing and all commentary on appearances the pages may be useful as a short (though heavy) guide through these sections. However, in some cases, the order of presentation and position of elements varies slightly from that of Marx, and one can conclude from that what one wants.

Keywords: capital; commodity; Marxian economics; money



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