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Karl Marx's Capital

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Karl Marxs CAPITAL- Introductory Essay By A. D. LINDSAY. Originally published in 1925. Contents include: NTRODUCTION 9 I. Marx and Hegel 15 II. Economic Determinism . . .27 III. The Labour Theory of Value . - S3 IV. Marxs account of Surplus Value and of the Collective Labourer . . .81 V. Marx and Rousseau . . . .109 INDEX 126. INTRODUCTION: THIS small book is intended, as ...more
Hardcover, 132 pages
Published November 4th 2008 by Chandra Chakravarti Press (first published September 24th 1973)
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Oct 25, 2011 Jamie rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is certainly a dense book, but worth the read. Marx provides a great historical account of the evolution of capitalism in England up to the mid-nineteenth century. Capital chronicles the exploitation of children and women, 18 hour and even greater work days, below-subsistence pay, unsafe work practices, limited worker rights, hoarding of profits and other unsavory practices that sadly seem to have been swept away from England, only to persist in other parts of the world today. Capital chron ...more
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Alexander Dunlop (Sandy) Lindsay was born in Glasgow, Scotland, on 14th May, 1879. Educated at Glasgow University he obtained his first degree in classics in 1899. He then won a scholarship to University College, and as well as getting a double first was president of the student union.

Lindsay taught philosophy at Glasgow University (1902-1904), Edinburgh University (1904-09) and at Balliol, Oxfor
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