Audio Book: Karl Marx: Capital, Vol I,
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Karl Marx's Das Kapital: Kritik der politischen Ökonomie provides a
critical analysis of capitalism and capitalist production
(Online transcription and .pdf provided by Marxists.org)
This .rar Includes all three text volumes and the LibriVox Audiobook
of Capital: Volume I
available at LibriVox.org
AN E.O.I. TORRENT
This work of his is quite insightful and relevant, quite counter to how he is portrayed by his critics. However, this is all I've read(heard) from him.
Jul 18 2009, 20:23 CEST
you should pick up a copy of the manifesto, or read it online. It's a quick read, and much more coherent, accurate, and engaging than Capital.
I've never really considered Marx to be good at Bourgeois economics. Let me elaborate, take weird religious movements like, say, Satanism. These people hate the church apparently and get into some weird religious rites, but by using the language, myths, etc. of the religion itself they are participating in a dialectic of Christianity. One might suggest, I will, that Marx is guilty of this in Capital.
Regardless his attempts to define and create an alternative to bourgeois economics falls flat in my opinion. His treatise on Capital should not be a part of the world's socialist future.
Jul 18 2009, 22:00 CEST
well Marx's work in "capital" is likely only interesting to economists because it takes a look at the anatomy of capitalism. If your looking at it for "revolutionary critique" or "recipe for utopia" you will be sorely disappointed.
Jul 19 2009, 16:47 CEST