Karl Marx Das Kapital From Capitalist Exploitation to Communist Revolution Karl Marx wrote Das Kapital during the late industrial revolution as Europe underwent a wrenching transformation from an agricultural to an industrial economy In this monumental work Marx argued tha

  • Title: Karl Marx: Das Kapital: From Capitalist Exploitation to Communist Revolution
  • Author: David Ramsay Steele Louis Rukeyser
  • ISBN: 9780786173266
  • Page: 490
  • Format: Audio CD
  • Karl Marx wrote Das Kapital during the late industrial revolution, as Europe underwent a wrenching transformation from an agricultural to an industrial economy In this monumental work, Marx argued that capitalism is both inefficient and immoral, relying upon the exploitation of workers by owners of capital Many modern ideas about profits, interest, monopoly, and the wastKarl Marx wrote Das Kapital during the late industrial revolution, as Europe underwent a wrenching transformation from an agricultural to an industrial economy In this monumental work, Marx argued that capitalism is both inefficient and immoral, relying upon the exploitation of workers by owners of capital Many modern ideas about profits, interest, monopoly, and the wastefulness of the business cycle find their roots in the Marxian view of economics The Great Economic Thinkers Series is a collection of presentations that explain in understandable language the major ideas of history s most important economists Special emphasis is placed on each thinker s attitude toward capitalism, revealing their influence in today s debate on economic progress and prosperity.

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    1. Karl Marx believed that workers were being exploited by their capitalist employers that they were being underpaid He thought that the surplus value expropriated by bosses was too high relative to the value created by workers To prove his point he had to assess the values of commodities, not a simple thing to do Is the value of a commodity to be determined by the labor time that went into it By its utility By its scarcity In the capitalist system, values were determined by market demand, how much [...]


    2. A better than usual examination of Das Kapital Steele has no apparent ax to grind, a welcome relief from the common, frothing pro Marx or anti Marx commentaries He also includes commentary from and about Engels, Marx s longtime collaborator and posthumous editor.Marx was among the first to correctly identify Labor as Capital For that alone, he is worth reading Unfortunately, he was also a moralistic prig, who dropped his chain of logic in order to pursue ideological points As a result, his concl [...]


    3. The commentary was fine I thought it was a bit opinionated I would ve preferred presentation of facts with numbers and or references in a commentary, a bit less defensiveness, but it is short and sweet Plus, I was looking to experience the unadulterated zealotry of Karl Marx This commentary tempers that Ultimately, I think both Mr Marx and Mr Steele are a bit optimistic as to humanity, and its ability to be good in large groups, if that makes any sense at all.It is sometimes hard to remember th [...]


    4. A brief commentary on Karl Marx tome, Das Kapital Although scientifically archaic, Marx s books and ideas have had an enormous impact on the world Marx was a critique first and foremost, and a revolutionary second He didn t put down a very firm foundation for communism but rather laid a powerful critique on the understanding of capitalism at the time.


    5. It s an interesting and informative little book that explains a bit about Marx, his beliefs and what he presents in Das Kapital It s nice that it tries to stay or less neutral on the topic of communism and explain the information as it is.


    6. 1 I m a UofC econ guy, sorry, Karl.2 Far too many holes in his logic, some of his points are good, but he makes strange jumps in my opinion.


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