|Statement||by Louis Althusser [and] Etienne Balibar; translated [from the French] by Ben Brewster.|
|Contributions||Balibar, Etienne, 1942-|
|LC Classifications||HB501 .A5613|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||340|
|LC Control Number||70576019|
BANNED! Reading Capital Politically has been banned twice, to my knowledge, first in South Korea and second in South Africa. I heard about the first because I knew the Korean translator, but I knew nothing of the second until the following newpaper clipping announcing that the book had been un-banned was brought to me from Capetown. I found it amusing to discover that in South Africa in Foreword to the Italian Edition Note to the English Edition. Part I: From Capital to Marx’s Philosophy Part II: The Object of Capital 1. Introduction 2. Marx and his Discoveries 3. The Merits of Classical Economics. Other articles where Reading Capital is discussed: Louis Althusser: Marx (–83), For Marx and Reading Capital (both published in ), Althusser sought to counter the prevalent interpretation of Marxism as an essentially “humanistic” and “individualist” philosophy in which history is a goal-directed process aimed at the realization and fulfillment of human nature under communism. The book, Marx’s Inferno: The Political Theory of Capital, is well-researched and clearly written. The unique qualities of Roberts’s contribution derive from two innovations. First, he notices a parallel between the organization of the materials in Volume 1 of Capital and Dante’s Inferno.
Reading this book without reading Capital itself is better than not reading either, but I endorse Harvey's request that you really do read Marx in his own words. Yes, that damned coat gets on the nerves, but Marx's writings are literature - just irreducible to any interpretation/5. To move from the reading of Capital (and particularly of volumes 1 and 2) to that of historical capitalisms at successive moments of their deployment has its own requirements, even beyond reading all of Marx and Engels. Marxist theoreticians and activists have always expressed their admiration for Marx and Engels’s writings, made their. Professors Étienne Balibar and Bernard E. Harcourt read and discuss Reading Capital by Louis Althusser, Étienne Balibar, Roger Establet, Pierre Macherey and Jacques Rancière at Maison Française, Columbia University Novem ~~~ Reading Reading Capital: surely, the linguistic reprise does not escape project, very much like the project of Louis Althusser and his . ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: English translation of: 'Lire "Le capital", Notes: Consists of two essays, one by Althusser, the other by Balibar which were presented as papers at a seminar on Marx's "Capital" at the Ecole Normale Supérieure in , and included along with a number of other contributions in the original edition, Lire Le Capital, vols.
HOST: David Harvey is a Marxist thinker about political economy and has been teaching Karl Marx’s Capital for over 40 years. He currently teaches at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. Prof. Harvey has written extensively on the significance of Marx’s Capital for understanding contemporary capitalism, and will be presenting this knowledge and more to his podcast audience. Capital Books. 11, likes talking about this were here. A new book experience in downtown Sacramento.5/5. The "Book Nooks" are to remind visitors that reading is a skill greatly valued by this community. What better way to wait than to read a book, or even be read to? Children cannot miss the message that in Tifton, Reading clearly matters. That is what makes Tifton the Reading Capital of the World. The English language edition of Reading Capital consists of three essays and each has been prepared as a separate file for downloading. There is NO single large file encompassing the entire text. In addition to the files containing the essays, there is a fourth file consisting of the .