Das Kapital

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a book written by Karl Marx (1867) describing his economic theories


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Asked on the BBC's Andrew Marr Show if he was still a Marxist, the Shadow Chancellor replied: "I believe there's a lot to learn from reading Das Kapital and that's been recommended not just by me but many others, mainstream economists as well.
In contrast, Piketty contends that Marx faded to take into account the importance of technological improvement, although Marx wrote Das Kapital while residing in England during its greatest era of success after the Industrial Revolution.
Five years on, Red Quill Books (RQB) is prospering largely due to the success of its wildly successful “radical comix” series which includes a manga version of Das Kapital, a four-part series on the Communist Manifesto (available in four languages), and a new biographical comic entitled “The Last Days of Che Guevara” released last month.
Without diving too deeply into the inky abyss of Das Kapital we may yet say that capitalism is founded, first and foremost, on exploitation and that this exploitation is fundamental.
Economic conservatives who argue today against big government refuse to see that, as the descendants of laissez-faire industrialists, they and their party had already begun to lose the game decades before Karl Marx published Das Kapital in 1867.
He did try to pre-empt the expected attacks on his "socialism" by pointing out that Chancellor George Osborne had described the energy freeze as something out of Das Kapital while Cameron seemed to think there was something in it.
The author of Das Kapital was, obviously, a son of his time and as such he tried to catch the essential features of his time through the use of some specific philosophical concepts.
As Marx starts with the commodity in the beginning of Das Kapital, they start with small scale experience of the commodity as a member of consumer society and move outward into workplace and economic organization.
Marx's Das Kapital for Beginners" discusses Marx's 'Das Kapital', his critique of the capitalist systems and the problems they cause on many levels of industry.
The poet's name--s 'Antiparos'--is in Das Kapital, where the poem is in a footnote attached to a sentence in the main text beginning 'Und Antiparos, eingriechischer Dichteraus der Zeit des Cicero.
Because some knew the Bible, some knew the Qu'ran, some knew Das Kapital, but they all knew Shakespeare.
En una nota al pie, consignada en Das Kapital, Marx propone el analisis de un ejemplo, extraido de The Principles of Political Economy de David Ricardo, en cuya version el pescador primordial (Urfischer) y el cazador primordial (Urjager) aparecen como propietarios de mercancias, las que intercambian entre si.
While a great deal of attention has been paid to Marx' writing, in particular Das Kapital (first published in England in 1876), it is interesting to see an economist pay attention to the Church's social doctrine, although the recent Encyclical, Caritas in Veritate, may concentrate at least some of the academic community on new work in this area.
Yet if this were the case, workers the world over would have risen up eons ago and tossed out Das Kapital and Marx to pick up a licence for heavy and dangerous machinery to be recklessly driven in the direction of senior management.
It is akin to expounding that the Bolsheviks spooned out bits of Das Kapital to suit the Communist Manifesto.