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Beyond the capital of Uno-ism

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In his curiously titled Returning to Marxs Capital, Robert Albrittons review of Beyond Capital segues into an extended celebration of his own particular brand of Japanese Marxism and ends with a string of invectives, among them unquestioning embrace of humanist essentialism, old simplistic humanism, class struggle functionalism and a theory prepared to sacrifice the law of value in order to advance a humanist self-realization of the working class. Beyond Capital undermines the credibility of the Uno school as a reading of Marx. Racism and sexism and the choice of technique and location of investment can be important for capital even where the immediate effect may be lower productivity and efficiency because of their effects upon the transaction costs of workers in their attempt to combine.

Keywords: Beyond Capital; capital; Japanese Marxism; Racism; sexism; Uno school



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