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Marx's 'Capital'

4.03 of 5 stars 4.03  ·  rating details  ·  59 ratings  ·  7 reviews
This brilliantly concise book is a classic introduction to Marx’s key work, Capital. In print now for over a quarter of a century, and previously translated into many languages, the new edition has been fully revised and updated, making it an ideal modern introduction to one of the most important texts in political economy. The authors cover all central aspects of Marx’s e ...more
Paperback, Fifth Edition, 144 pages
Published August 15th 2010 by Pluto Press (first published September 1975)
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Emre Ergin
Şimdi bu adamın bir sorunu var. O da şu. Marksizm gerçekten bilimsel bişi değilse korkusu var içinde. O sebeple kitabı "herkesin anlayabileceği" matematiksel çıkarımlarla doldurmuş. Biz de ikna olalım diye. Tabi böyle bişi mümkün olamaz. Matematik mezunu benim elime kalem kağıt almadan anlayamayacağım ispatlara bir giriş metninde ne gerek vardı. Kaldı ki, ispatların sözel açıklamasını okuyunca, bütün bunlar bunun için mi diyorsunuz, sözel olarak anlaşılmayacak bir şey de yok halbuki.

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Tombom P
An excellent summary of all 3 volumes of Capital that can be read separately. Although it obviously can't cover everything, it looks at all the key concepts in enough detail and understandable language, striking a good balance between depth and accessibility. Obviously some concepts are tough, but the author does a good job of making them easier to understand. One nice touch is that after summarising, he provides a couple paragraphs just to point out the existence of other important interpretati ...more
Ʀíckarð Riku
A brilliant and lucid introduction to Marx's ecomomic theory. Highly recommended to anyone who is in the early stages of geeting to grips with Das Capital. This book will proove a worthwhile and concise introduction.
Michael A.
A good introduction to Marxian economics. It does get pretty mathy and that made my eyes kind of glaze over. This is definitely a book I'll need to reread.
(No, I didn't read the whole thing. Just significant chunks here and there. I don't have the patience for all 200 million pages)
The best short book on Marx's Capital you will find.
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