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Marx and Modernity Key Readings and Commentary
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Marx and Modernity Key Readings and Commentary
Marx and Modernity: Key Readings and Commentary By
2002 | 405 Pages | ISBN: 0631225498 | PDF | 5 MB




In this illuminating and concise collection of readings, Karl Marx emerges as the first theorist to give a comprehensive social view of the birth and development of capitalist modernity that began with the Second Industrial Revolution and still exists today.Content: Chapter 1 Primary Historical Relations, or the Basic Aspects of Social Activity (With Engels) (1845-6) (pages 57-59): Chapter 2 The Ruling Class and the Ruling Ideas ... (With Engels) (1845-6) (pages 60-62): Chapter 3 The Formation of Classes ... (With Engels) (1845-6) (pages 63-64): Chapter 4 Preface to A Contribution to the Critique of Political Economy (1859) (pages 65-66): Chapter 5 Labour Rent (1894) (pages 67-68): Chapter 6 Karl Marx (Engels) (1878) (pages 69-71): Chapter 7 Letter to Joseph Bloch (Engels) (1890) (pages 72-73): Chapter 8 The Secret of Primitive Accumulation (1867) (pages 79-81): Chapter 9 Development of the Division of Labour (With Engels) (1845-6) (pages 82-89): Chapter 10 Bourgeois and Proletarians (With Engels) (1845) (pages 90-92): Chapter 11 Historical Tendency of Capitalist Accumulation (1845) (pages 93-94): Chapter 12 Co?Operation (1867) (pages 95-99): Chapter 13 Cardinal Facts of Capitalist Production (1894) (page 100): Chapter 14 The Two Factors of A Commodity: Use Value and Value (1867) (pages 105-107): Chapter 15 From Value, Price and Profit (1898) (pages 108-119): Chapter 16 The Fetishism of Commodities and the Secret Thereof (1867) (pages 120-126): Chapter 17 The General Formula for Capital (1867) (pages 127-129): Chapter 18 Division of Labour and Manufacture (1867) (pages 135-142): Chapter 19 Machinery and Modern Industry (1867) (pages 143-152): Chapter 20 The General Law of Capitalist Accumulation (1867) (pages 157-160): Chapter 21 The Tendency of the Rate of Profit to Fall (1894) (pages 161-162): Chapter 22 Progressive Production of A Relative Surplus Population or Industrial Reserve Army (1867) (pages 163-165): Chapter 23 The Increase of Lunacy in Great Britain (1858) (pages 166-168): Chapter 24 The Economic Crisis in Europe (1856) (pages 169-171): Chapter 25 Modern Industry and Agriculture (1867) (pages 172-173): Chapter 26 Foreign Trade (1894) (pages 179-180): Chapter 27 Repulsion and Attraction of Workpeople (1867) (pages 181-182): Chapter 28 The Crisis in England (1857) (pages 183-185): Chapter 29 British Incomes in India (1887) (pages 186-189): Chapter 30 The Indian Revolt (1857) (pages 190-193): Chapter 31 The Factory Acts (1867) (pages 199-203): Chapter 32 The Role of Credit in Capitalist Production (1894) (pages 204-207): Chapter 33 Fixed Capital and the Development of the Productive Forces of Society (1857-8) (pages 208-211): Chapter 34 The Rise of the Revolutionary Proletariat (With Engels) (1848) (pages 219-224): Chapter 35 Proletarians and Communists (With Engels) (1848) (pages 225-226): Chapter 36 From the Eighteenth Brumaire of Louis Bonaparte (1852) (pages 227-232): Chapter 37 From the Civil War in France (1871) (pages 233-244): Chapter 38 From Critique of the Gotha Programme (1875) (pages 245-248): Chapter 39 Mourning Marxism (pages 255-258): Ronald AronsonChapter 40 Marx Redux (pages 259-263): David HarveyChapter 41 The Return of Karl Marx (pages 264-272): John CassidyChapter 42 The Connected and the Disconnected (pages 277-291): Jeremy RifkinChapter 43 The Architecture of A New Consensus (pages 292-298): Thomas FrankChapter 44 Societal Changes and Vulnerable Neighborhoods (pages 299-306): William Julius WilsonChapter 45 Fortress L.A. (pages 307-314): Mike DavisChapter 46 America's Immigration "Problem" (pages 319-325): Saskia SassenChapter 47 "These Dark Satanic Mills" (pages 326-335): William GreiderChapter 48 From the Great Transformation to the Global Free Market (pages 336-340): John GrayChapter 49 Slouching Toward Seattle (pages 345-351): Jeff FauxChapter 50 Seattle Diary (pages 352-360): Jeff St. ClairChapter 51 Not Just A Seattle Sequel (pages 361-365): Bruce ShapiroChapter 52 Class Analysis, History, and Emancipation (pages 371-378): Erik Olin WrightChapter 53 From Redistribution to Recognition? (pages 379-386): Nancy Fraser


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