The Failure of Marxism: The Concept of Inversion in Marx's Critique of Capitalism

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Explains Marxism's political failure and the concomitant success of advanced capitalism, arguing that Marx's critique of classical political economy is a productive development of the Hegelian immanent critique of alienated beliefs. Demonstrates that weaknesses in the role Marx gave to the economic and the political in his explanation of the transition from capitalism to socialism left him unable to account for the corporate refashioning of "laissez faire" into advanced capitalism, and led to the failure of Marxism. Distributed by Ashgate. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781855216921
  • Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Limited
  • Publication date: 1/1/1996
  • Series: Socio-Legal Studies
  • Pages: 342

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Abbreviations
1 The Failure of Marxism and the Problem of Inverting Hegel 1
2 Hegel on the Unity of Subject and Object 21
3 Hegel on the Structure of Learning 41
4 Inversion and the Critique of Alienation 61
5 Use-value and Exchange-value in the Analysis of the Commodity 85
6 Marx and Marginalism as the Successors of Classical Political Economy 117
7 Smith and Ricardo on the Falling Rate of Profit 149
8 Marx on the Limits to Capital Accumulation 161
9 The Transition from Capitalism to Socialism 193
10 Laissez Faire and Advanced Capitalism 223
11 Advanced Capitalism and Socialism 259
Bibliography 275
Name Index 313
Subject Index 319
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