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Bidet (2007): Exploring Marx′s Capital
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Exploring Marx′s Capital
Untertitel:
Philosophical, Economic and Political Dimensions
Originaltitel:
Que faire du capital? Philosophie, économie et politique dans Le Capital de Marx
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2000
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2007
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Foreword to the English Translation of Jacques Bidet′s "Que faire du ′Capital′?" by ALEX CALLINICOS ix

Chapter 1 Preliminary Methodological Remarks 5
1. Pathways: 1857 to 1875 5
2. The history of science perspective 8
3. The perspective of reconstruction of the system 9

Chapter 2 Value as Quantity 11
1. Constructing a homogeneous economic space: a Marxian project that breaks with political economy 12
2. Paralogisms of Marx the measurer 14
3. Capital: the categories of measurement undermine the theorisation of the substance to be measured 16
4. In what sense does more productive labour produce more value? The articulation of structure and dynamic 20
5. Skilled labour as a zone of paralogism 21
6. Intensity: closure and fracture of the quantitative space 30
Conclusion 35

Chapter 3 Value as Sociopolitical Concept 37
1. Value as expenditure 38
2. ′Transformation of expenditure into consumption of labour-power′ 45
3. Money and labour-value constitute one and the same point of rupture between Marx and Ricardo 52
4. Value and capital as semi-concepts 56
5. Value and socialisation of labour: Marx′s inconsistent socialism 62
6. Labour-value and the state 67
Conclusion 70

Chapter 4 Value and Price of Labour-Power 74
1. A non-normative problematic of the norm 77
2. Movements of value and movements of price 84
3. The non-functionalist character of the system: its ′openness′ 91
4. A hierarchy of values of labour-power? 94
Conclusion 99

Chapter 5 Relations of Production and Class Relations 103
1. Productive and unproductive labour 104
2. Production and social classes 123
Conclusion 129

Chapter 6 The Start of the Exposition and Its Development 132
1. The question of the initial moment of Capital 133
2. The ′transition to capital′ 153
Conclusion 166

Chapter 7 The Method of Exposition and the Hegelian Heritage 169
1. On the method of exposition of Capital 170
2. Hegel, an epistemological support/obstacle 183
Conclusion 193

Chapter 8 The Theorisation of the Ideological in Capital 196
1. The place of everyday consciousness: Volume 3 197
2. The uncertainties in Marx′s exposition 209
3. The ′raisons d′être′ of the form of appearance (in Volume One) 217
Conclusion 228

Chapter 9 The Theory of the Value-Form 231
1. Why the historical or logico-historical interpretation cannot be relevant 232
2. The notion of form or expression of value, as distinct from the notion of relative value 235
3. Epistemological history of Chapter 1, Section 3 244
4. What dialectic of the form of value? 250
5. The expression of value ′in use-value′ 255
6. Fetishism, a structural category of the ideology of commodity production 260
Conclusion 269

Chapter 10 The Economy in General and Historical Materialism 272
1. The various generalities that Capital presupposes 273
2. Labour-value in pure economics and in historical materialism 288
Conclusion 304

General Conclusions 307


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