By Peter D. Thomas, Riccardo Bellofiore, Guido Starosta
Edited by way of Riccardo Bellofiore, college of Bergamo, Italy, Guido Starosta, nationwide college of Quilmes, Argentina, and Peter D. Thomas, Brunel collage, London
In Marx’s Laboratory. serious Interpretations of the Grundrisse presents a serious research of the Grundrisse as an important degree within the improvement of Marx’s critique of political economic system. Stressing either the achievements and obstacles of this much-debated textual content, and drawing upon fresh philological advances, this quantity makes an attempt to re-read Marx’s 1857-58 manuscripts opposed to the historical past of Capital, as a ‘laboratory’ within which Marx first started to make clear imperative parts of his mature not easy. With chapters by way of a global diversity of authors from diverse traditions of interpretation, together with the overseas Symposium on Marxian conception, this quantity presents an in-depth research of key subject matters and ideas within the Grundrisse, comparable to procedure, dialectics and abstraction; summary labour, price, funds and capital; know-how, the ‘general intellect’ and progressive subjectivity, surplus-value, festival, trouble; and society, gender, ecology and pre-capitalist forms.
Contributors comprise: Chris Arthur, Luca Basso, Riccardo Bellofiore, George Caffentzis, Martha Campbell, Juan Iñigo Carrera, Howard Engelskirchen, Roberto Fineschi, Michael Heinrich, Fred Moseley, Patrick Murray, Geert Reuten, Tony Smith, Guido Starosta, Massimiliano Tomba, Jan Toporowski, Peter D. Thomas, Joel Wainwright, and Amy Wendling.
Introduction: in Marx's Laboratory
PART ONE: ACHIEVEMENTS and bounds OF THE GRUNDRISSE
The Grundrisse after Capital, or tips to Re-read Marx Backwards, Riccardo Bellofiore
Method: from the Grundrisse to Capital, Juan Iñigo Carrera
The 4 degrees of Abstraction of Marx’s inspiration of 'Capital'. Or, will we think about the Grundrisse the main complicated model of Marx’s thought of Capital?, Roberto Fineschi
PART : summary LABOUR, worth AND MONEY
The useful fact of summary Labour, Christopher J. Arthur
Unavoidable Crises: Reflections on Backhaus and the advance of Marx’s Value-Form concept within the Grundrisse, Patrick Murray
PART 3: the concept that OF CAPITAL
The Transformation of cash into Capital, Martha Campbell
The proposal of Capital within the Grundrisse, Howard Engelskirchen
PART 4: expertise, DOMINATION, EMANCIPATION
The ‘Fragment on Machines’: A Marxian false impression within the Grundrisse and its Overcoming in Capital, Michael Heinrich
The 'General Intellect' within the Grundrisse and past, Tony Smith
The process of equipment and Determinations of innovative Subjectivity within the Grundrisse and Capital, Guido Starosta
From the Grundrisse to Capital and past: Then and Now, George Caffentzis
PART 5: festival, CYCLES AND CRISIS
The complete and the components: The Early improvement of Marx’s idea of the Distribution of Surplus-Value within the Grundrisse, Fred Moseley
Marx's Grundrisse and the financial Business-Cycle, Jan Toporowski
Crisis and the speed of revenue in Marx’s Laboratory, Peter D. Thomas and Geert Reuten
PART SIX: SOCIETY AND historical past within the GRUNDRISSE
Between Pre-Capitalist kinds and Capitalism: the matter of Society within the Grundrisse (Outlines of the Critique of Political Economy), Luca Basso
Second Nature: Gender in Marx’s Grundrisse, Amy E. Wendling
Uneven advancements: From the Grundrisse to Capital, Joel Wainwright
Pre-Capitalistic different types of creation and Primitive Accumulation. Marx's Historiography from the Grundrisse to Capital, Massimilano Tomba
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The creation of value and surplus-value, the extraction of labour and surplus-labour, proceed, and must proceed, side by side with the multiplication of branches of production, and consequently with the realisation of the tendency towards the world-market. It is on this basis that the question of the relation between immediate production and the ‘actualisation’ of exchange-value on the final market of commodities is redefined. To the ‘quantitative’ extension and to the ‘qualitative’ deepening of the division of labour on the market.
In that more mature work, there will be a crucial second meaning of ‘embodiment’, which does not seem equally present in the Grundrisse: namely, the ‘incarnation’ of the ‘ghost’ of value in the ‘body’ of gold as money. The point is further developed in Bellofiore 2008a and 2009a. 28 • Riccardo Bellofiore due to the social nature of capital. The same ‘social’ dimension of the cooperation within labour is imposed on the workers by capital. It is not in fact an illusion. Science and its capitalist use enter into the machines, into the ‘body’ of the productive process.