By David Harvey. From Oxford University Press: Karl Marx’s Capital is one of the most important texts written in the modern era. Since 1867, when the first of its three volumes was published, it has had a profound effect on politics and economics in theory and practice throughout the world. But Marx wrote in the … More New Book: Marx, Capital and the Madness of Economic Reason
By Scott Ferguson, Epicurus supposed that even in the midst of the void the atoms declined slightly from the straight line, and from this, he said, arose freedom. -Pierre Bayle, quoted by Karl Marx Money is no object. -Stephanie Kelton Viewed from afar, Modern Monetary Theory (MMT) and Marxism appear opposed. Contemporary Marxists such as … More Some Remarks on MMT & Marxism in Light of David Harvey’s “Marx, Capital, and the Madness of Economic Reason”
David Harvey, one of the most influential figures in geography and urban studies, and among the most cited intellectuals of all time across the humanities and social sciences, delivered a featured lecture, “Marx, Capital and the Madness of Economic Reason,” at the 2017 AAG Annual Meeting.
Four prominent Marxists met at The New School in New York to debate the relevance of imperialism. The debate was related to the publication of Prabhat Patnaik’s (Jawaharlal Nehru University) new book A Theory of Imperialism (written with Utsa Patnaik). With him in the panel were geographer David Harvey (CUNY), political scientist Nancy Fraser (The … More Imperialism: Is it Still a Relevant Concept? A Debate Among Marxists
A Series of Six Video Lectures in Political Economy by David Harvey CAPITAL AS VALUE IN MOTION VALUE AND ANTI-VALUE VALUE AND ITS MONETARY EXPRESSION THE SPACE AND TIME OF VALUE USE VALUES: THE PRODUCTION OF WANTS, NEEDS AND DESIRES BAD INFINITY AND THE MADNESS OF ECONOMIC REASON The lectures in this series were given … More David Harvey on Marx and Capital: The Concept, The Book, The History
44 years ago Antipode published David Harvey’s essay “Revolutionary and Counter-Revolutionary Theory in Geography and the Problem of Ghetto Formation”. Taking geographers to task, demanding some serious self-criticism, it was subject to its fair share of discussion and debate then, has re-appeared in a few venues over the years (from Harvey’s own Social Justice and the City, … More Did We Accomplish the Revolution in Geographic Thought?