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Category Archives: Theory
Marx, from “The Trinity Formula” in Capital, Vol. 3: “We have seen that the capitalist process of production is a historically determined form of the social process of production in general. The latter is as much a production process of material … Continue reading
First, I just want to clarify something. In a previous post, I made some critical comments on the will to sectarianism that has so thoroughly fragmented the radical left. Yet doesn’t this blog explicitly align itself with a particular splinter-group, … Continue reading
I want to respond in a bit more detail to this comment from N. Pepperell, both because she raises good points and because she might be the single biggest influence on my understanding of Marx’s theoretical work. If you’re not … Continue reading
Duncan Law has a great new post expanding on this comment. He deals with the speculative question of what the socio-economic structure of Marxian communism would be, focusing on his own favored answer, the ‘abolition of labor’. I’m certainly not opposed … Continue reading
If you aren’t reading Sam Williams’s blog A Critique of Crisis Theory, you need to start. He’s serializing an interrelated set of essays on Marxist theories of capitalist crisis that are brilliant in their depth, scope, and informativeness. Even if … Continue reading