Joseph Choonara. A Reader’s Guide to Marx’s Capital.

Biblioteca / 2010-2021

Joseph Choonara. A Reader’s Guide to Marx’s Capital.

Londres: Bookmarks, 2017.

Contents

Preface

Introduction

1 – The two factors of the commodity

2 – The process of exchange

3 – Money, or the circulation of commodities

4 – The general formula of capital

5 – Contradictions in the general formula

6 – The sale and purchase of labour-power

7 – The labour process and the valorisation process

8 – Constant capital and variable capital

9 – The rate of surplus-value

10 – The working day

11 – The rate and mass of surplus-value

12 – The concept of relative surplus-value

13 – Cooperation

14 – The division of labour and manufacture

15 – Machinery and large-scale industry

16 – Absolute and relative surplus-value

17 – Changes of magnitude in the price of labour-power and surplus-value

18 – Different formulae for the rate of surplus-value

19 – The transformation of the value (and respectively the price) of labour-power into wages

20 – Time-wages

21 – Piece-wages

22 – National differences in wages

23 – Simple reproduction

24 – The transformation of surplus-value into capital

25 – The general law of capitalist accumulation

26 – The secret of primitive accumulation

27 – The expropriation of the agricultural population from the land

28 – Bloody legislation against the expropriated since the end of the 15th century. The forcing down of wages by Act of Parliament

29 – The genesis of the capitalist farmer

30 – Impact of the agricultural revolution on industry. The creation of a home market for industrial capital

31 – The genesis of the industrial capitalist

32 – The historical tendency of capitalist accumulation

33 – The modern theory of colonisation

Conclusion

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