David McLellan. Marx’s Grundrisse.

Biblioteca / 1970-1979

David McLellan (ed.) Marx’s Grundrisse.

Londres: Macmillan, 1971.

2da edición, Macmillan, 1980. 180 páginas.

Contents

PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION

PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION

INTRODUCTION  

1 – General Introduction

2 – Critique of Bastiat and Carey

3 – Money as a Symbol of Alienation in Capitalist Society

4 – Social Power and the Individual

5 – Alienation, Social Relationships and Free Individuality

6 – General and Specific Labour

7 – Individuals and Society

8 – Wage-Labour, Capital and Landed Property

9 – Capital and Labour as Productive and Unproductive

10 – Capital as a Productive Force

11 – The Dialectic of Capital

12 – The Contributions of Labour and Capital to the Production Process

13 – Capital as a Revolutionary, but Limited, Force

14 – The Preconditions of Revolution

15 – Alienated Labour and Capital

16 – Property as the Right to Alien Labour

17 – Exchange Relationships in Feudal and Capitalist Society

18 – Communism as the Full Development of Human Potentiality

19 – The Universalist Tendencies Inherent in Capitalism

20 – Labour as Sacrifice or Self-realisation

21 – Individual Freedom in Capitalist Society

22 – The Labour Process and Alienation in Machinery and Science

23 – The Position of Labour in Capitalist and Communist Society

24 – Free Time and the Production Process in Capitalist and Communist Society

25 – Leisure and Free Time in Communist Society

26 – Productive Power in Capitalist and Communist Societv

27 – Surplus Value and the Abolition of Capitalism

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