Logic of Marx's Capital: Replies to Hegelian Criticisms

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In a step-by-step progression through Marx's three volume work, discovers a systematic theory of socio-economic categories ordered according to the dialectical logic derived from Hegel. Refutes objections presented by Hegelians and others. Paper edition unseen, $17.95. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR booknews.com
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Part One Philosophical Foundations

Chapter I: Hegel: Method and System

A. Hegel's Dialectical Method

B. Dialectical Logic and Materialist Ontology

C. System

Chapter II: Dialectical Logic in Marx's Work

A. Indirect Arguments for Reading "Capital" in Terms of Hegelian Dialectical Logic

B. Direct Arguments for Reading "Capital" in Terms of Dialectical Logic

Postscript: Marx's Materialism and Hegel's Idealism

Chapter III: Hegelian Readings of "Capital"

A. Alternative Readings of "Capital" as a Dialectical Theory

B. The Main Hegelian Objections to "Capital"

Part Two The Systematic Ordering

Chapter IV: The Value Form

A. A Standard Reading of The First Sections of "Capital"

B. Hegelian Objections to The Initial Categories in "Capital"

C. An Alternative Reading

D. Responses to the Hegelian Objections

Chapter V: The Simple Commodity Form and the Money Form

A. The Simple Commodity Form

B. The Dialectic of The Money Form

C. Closing Remarks

Chapter VI: The Initial Determinations of the Capital Form: Labor Power as Commodity, Exploitation

A. The Capital Form, Capital in Production, and Labor Power as Commodity

B. Exploitation

Chapter VII: Categories of the Production Process Proper

A. Simple Cooperation and Capital as Principle of Organization

B. Capital as Principle of Transformation

C. Accumulation

D. Excursus: Capital and Independent Producers

E. Conclusion

Chapter VIII: The Categories of Circulation

A. The Transition to Capital in Difference

B. The Dialectic of Capital in Difference

C. Hegelian Objections and Replies to The Objections

Chapter IX: The Categories of Concretion

A. The Dialectic of Industrial Capital

B. The Dialectic of Supply and Demand

C. The Falling Rate of Profit

D. The Dialectic of Nonindustrial Capital

E. Evaluation of The Final Stages of The Capital Form

Chapter X: Conclusion

A. Value Theory and Its Alternatives

B. The State Form

C. The Socialist Form of Social Production

Appendix: A Table of the Categories in Capital




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