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Download Epub Format ✓ Das Kapital: Kritik der politischen Ökonomie. Der Zirkulationsprozeß des Kapitals - Band II PDF by ✓ Karl Marx If you want to understand Marx, this is essential.
However, it's also the absolutely worst thing ever as far as readability goes.
Expect to skim a lot of algebra.
So 4/5 for contents, 2/5 for the style, that makes 3/5.
I suspect most of us will get more out of secondary works and commentaries, anyway.
As so many others have pointed out here, Marx's Capital Vol.
II is much more difficult than Vol.
It's less literary in it's language; it's less polemical and so contains little "red meat" for political agitation; what this really means is that it contains none of the gripping historical material that grounded Vol.
I and provided such a wonderful context for understanding the theoretical points Marx was making there.
II is much more abstract and theoretical and it contains all that math, especially in the presentation of the reproduction schemas for the simple and expanded reproduction of capital (i.
Hence, it is more dry and difficult to plow through.
II is still vital for an understanding capital circulation and accumulation because you gain an understanding of how the capitalism is inherently unstable, of why crisis is inherent the capit Das Kapital Wikipedia Das Kapital Kritik Der Politischen KonomieNotAchetez Das Kapital Kritik Der Politischen Konomie De Marx, Karl, Engels, Friedrich ISBNsur , Des Millions De Livres Livrs Chez Vous EnjourDas Kapital Kritik Der Politischen OekonomieNotRetrouvez Das Kapital Kritik Der Politischen Oekonomie, Erster Band, Zweite Auflage Et Des Millions De Livres En Stock SurAchetez Neuf Ou D OccasionDas Kapital Kritik Der Politischen KonomieNotAchetez Das Kapital Kritik Der Politischen KonomieCDs De Marx, Karl, Steck, Johannes, Heidenreich, Gert ISBNsur , Des Millions De Livres Livrs Chez Vous EnjourDas Kapital Kritik Der Politischen KonomieNotRetrouvez Das Kapital Kritik Der Politischen Konomie Et Des Millions De Livres En Stock SurAchetez Neuf Ou D OccasionDas Kapital Kritik Der Politischen KonomieNotAchetez Das Kapital Kritik Der Politischen Konomie De Marks, Karl Marks ISBNsur , Des Millions De Livres Livrs Chez Vous Enjour Le Capital Wikipdia Critique De L Conomie Politique Du Titre original Allemand Das Kapital Kritik Der Politischen Konomie Est L Ouvrage Majeur Du Philosophe Et Thoricien De L Conomie Politique Allemand Karl Marx Le Capital Wikipdia This is what happens when your writing is simultaneously brilliant, critical, creative, and fucking impossible to wade through as an unedited manuscript.
The quality of ideas presented is great, as usual, and the incredibly sour critiques of political economists are informative but have a healthy amount of banter for you.
The only gripe I have is that the constant algebraic expansions and less than casual insertions of new variables makes it not so fun when reading diagrams.
Marx is consistent, and his writing provides an excellent transmission of various ideas, but I think this volume can be safely read using an edited down version of the manuscript.
Once you understand the best aspects of it, it's very rewarding, but there was some rough stuff in there, for me at least.
I'd give more praise than scorn, but my experience with a book can differ from my appreciation of its underlyi It's hard to imagine the dedication it must have taken for Engels to sift through Marx's apparently illegible notes and compile this bookconsidering how it came to be, it's shockingly coherent.
Still, it's much harder to read than Volume 1, which is sprightly and fun.
But no one is reading the second volume of Capital for its sparkling prose.
The ideas are here, and it's remarkable how often you can point to a modern economic event and see it explained in a book from 150 years ago.
The final section, which might be considered the birth of macroeconomics, is actually pretty engaging, if you're into that sort of thing.
I remember hearing that Aristotle had written a more consumerfriendly version of his philosophy that was lost when the library at Alexandria was destroyed, so all we have left are his notes (which is why Plato seems so energetic and Aristotle se Be warned: Capital, Vol.
2 is a ROUGH read.
Marx's worst tendencies as a writer come out in force, bogging down in arid theoretical presentations and interminable algebraic calculations, with little of the literary flair and almost none of the demonstrative examples that characterize Capital, Vol.
1: A Critical Analysis of Capitalist Production.
I STRONGLY suggest you arm yourself with a companion volumeDavid Harvey's A Companion To Marx's Capital, Volume 2, published jus In Das Kapital, Volume 1 (1867), Karl Marx laid out his critique of political economy.
According to Marx, all his predecessors and contemporaries had failed to grasp capitalism for what it truly is: value in motion.
Value is created by the exploitation of labourtimein other words: capitalism presupposes the existence of a capitalist and a labour class.
In essence, surplus value (s) is created by variable capital (v) transforming constant capital (c) into new commodities that the capitalist will sell dear on the market.
In Volume 1 of Das Kapital, Marx zoomed in on how surplus value is created in the production process (i.
on the exploitation of labourers).
In Volume 2, Marx was determined to set out how capitalism functions as a system of circulating capital: value creating surplus value, surplus value c
Based and circulationpilled
Also surplus value is (basically) a distributive scam on the level of social capital lmao.
Also fixed capital industries dominate allocation of social labour as production develops and that fucks everything up.
Really fucked up but also pretty cool when put into a theory.
Also increased industry means more fake money is created(Too bad Marx didnt take the final step int saying that commodity money would dissapear completely tho, hopefully other marxists later on fixed that)