Marxs Theory of Value in Chapter 1 of Capital (inbunden)
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1st ed. 2023
Palgrave Macmillan
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Marxs Theory of Value in Chapter 1 of Capital (inbunden)

Marxs Theory of Value in Chapter 1 of Capital

A Critique of Heinrichs Value-Form Interpretation

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Chapter 1 is the most important chapter in Capital, as well as the most difficult and the most controversial. An influential interpretation of Chapter 1 in recent decades has been the so-called value-form interpretation of Marxs theory in general and Chapter 1 in particular. The most important proponent of the value-form interpretation today, both in Germany and in the English-speaking world, is Michael Heinrich, and Heinrichs work has emphasized the first chapter. Heinrichs latest book in English is a detailed commentary of the first seven chapters of Volume 1 of Capital. The publication of an English translation of Heinrichs book is an important event in Marxian scholarship and it is important to critically engage with this important book in order to advance our understanding of this critical foundational chapter. This book emphasizes the quantitative issue of whether the magnitude of value and socially necessary labour-time are determined in production or also depend on exchange and demand, which has been the main issue in the controversy over the value-form interpretation.
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Marxs Theory of Value in Chapter 1 of Capital is a relatively short book, commissioned as part of the Marx, Engels and Marxisms series with a word limit of 60,000. his new book is a very welcome intervention in a renewed debate over Marxs value theory . (Peter Green, Marx & Philosophy Reviews of Books,, August 23, 2023)

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Fred Moseley is Emeritus Professor of Economics at Mount Holyoke College, USA, and author of Money and Totality (2016).


Chapter 1: Moseleys Interpretation of Chapter 1 of CapitalChapter 2: Heinrichs Interpretation of Chapter 1 of Capital Chapter 3: die Ergnzungen und Vernderungen (Additions and Changes) Chapter 4: Conclusion