The Resource Marx's Grundrisse and Hegel's Logic, Hiroshi Uchida ; edited by Terrell Carver

Marx's Grundrisse and Hegel's Logic, Hiroshi Uchida ; edited by Terrell Carver

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Marx's Grundrisse and Hegel's Logic
Title
Marx's Grundrisse and Hegel's Logic
Statement of responsibility
Hiroshi Uchida ; edited by Terrell Carver
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  • eng
  • jpn
  • eng
Summary
Marx's Grundrisse is acknowledged as the vital link between Marx's early and late work. It is also a crucial text in elucidating Marx's debt to the idealist philosopher G.W.F. Hegel. This book, first published in 1988, is the first full-length study of that relationship, in a thorough textual analysis which makes the connections explicit and also the Grundrisse's relations to the works of Adam Smith and Aristotle. This book argues that Marx's critique of political economy, and his critique of Hegel, are double interrelated. Not only did Marx adapt Hegelian logic in order to analyse the economi
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N$T
Dewey number
301/.092/4
Index
index present
LC call number
HB97.5.M3319
LC item number
U3413 2015eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
Series statement
Routledge Library Editions: Marxism
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Marx's Grundrisse and Hegel's Logic, Hiroshi Uchida ; edited by Terrell Carver
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Note
Translation of: Chūki Marukusu no keizaigaku hihan. Chapter 3
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 160-163) and index
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online resource
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cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Original Title Page; Original Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Dedication; Acknowledgements; Editor's Introduction; List of Abbreviations; Preface; 1 The Introduction to the Grundrisse and the Doctrine of the Notion; Production in general and 'the life-process'; Critique of political economy and production in general; The method of political economy and 'analytical method, synthetic method, the simple, and classification'; Mode of production and ideology, and 'the absolute idea'; 2 The 'Chapter on Money' and the Doctrine of Being
  • 4 The 'Chapter on Capital' and the Doctrine of Essence, Part Two: 'Particularity of Capital'Particularity of capital and 'judgement'; The general determination and 'the categorical judgement'; The particularising determination and 'the hypothetical judgement'; Properties of circulating capital and fixed capital, and 'force and its manifestation'; The conversion of the law of appropriation and 'causality'; The individual determination and 'the disjunctive judgement'; Second critique of Hegel's system
  • 5 The 'Chapter on Capital' and the Doctrine of Essence, Part Three: 'Individuality of Capital'Profit and 'syllogism'; Profit of capital and 'positing reflection, ground, identity and difference'; Productive capital and 'the whole and its parts', 'force and its manifestation'; Form of production and form of distribution, and 'causality'; Third critique of Hegel's system; Appendix; Notes; Select Bibliography; Index
  • Product, commodity and money, and 'identity, difference, opposition and contradiction'The two aspects of the commodity and 'likeness and unlikeness'; The commodity-owner and 'ideality of being-for-itself; Money-subject and 'substance as subject'; Price and 'quantum'; Value-form and the process of exchange, and 'one and many'; Means of circulation and 'measure'; Treasure and 'contradiction dissolves itself; 3 The 'Chapter on Capital' and the Doctrine of Essence, Part One: 'Generality of Capital'; The transition from money to capital and 'positing reflection'
  • The exchange between capital and labour, the labour-process and the valorisation-process, and 'form, substance, matter and content'Labour-power as general substance and 'relation of substantiality'; Component parts of capital and 'the whole and the parts'; Manifestation as the force of capital and 'force and its manifestation'; Surplus capital and 'actuality'; The conversion of the law of appropriation and 'absolute necessity'; The reproduction of the capital relation and 'causality'; First critique of Hegel's system
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ocn907773323
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1 online resource
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online
Isbn
9781317497844
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computer
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rdamedia
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  • (OCoLC)907773323
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