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As Michael Lebowitz, in his extended review points out, The Incomplete Marx is part of ‘a growing body of work which challenges the exclusive preoccupation with Capital of so many academic Marxists’. Like Lebowitz's own work in this area, The Incomplete Marx is part of the project which seeks to go beyond the ‘logic of capital’ that we find in Capital, ‘which yields a one-sided understanding of capitalism’, in order to grasp the other essential aspect of capitalism – class struggle and proletarian subjectivity.


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