150 years of Capital, Edited by Mike Grimshaw and Cindy Zeiher Cindy Zeiher, Mike Grimshaw, Introduction – Rethinking Marx’s Capital, Vol 1 Michael Heinrich, 150 Years of Capital-with No End in Sight. Unsystematic Remarks on a Never-ending Story Silvia Federici, Notes on Gender in Marx’s Capital Moishe Postone, The Current Crisis and the Anachronism of … More CT&T: 150 years of Capital
By Louis Althusser, Translator G. M. Goshgarian. From Bloomsbury Academic: In How to Be a Marxist in Philosophy one of the most famous Marxist philosophers of the 20th century shares his concept of what it means to function fruitfully as a political thinker within the discipline and environs of philosophy. This is the first English … More New Book: How to Be a Marxist in Philosophy
By Samezō Kuruma. Translated and edited by Michael Schauerte. From Brill: In this volume, Marx’s Theory of the Genesis of Money. How, Why, and Through What is a Commodity Money?, the first of the author’s works to be translated into English, Samezō Kuruma examines the different angles from which Marx analyses the commodity and money … More New Book: Marx’s Theory of the Genesis of Money – How, Why, and Through What is a Commodity Money?
By George E. McCarthy. From Brill: In Marx and Social Justice, George E. McCarthy presents a detailed and comprehensive overview of the ethical, political, and economic foundations of Marx’s theory of social justice in his early and later writings. What is distinctive about Marx’s theory is that he rejects the views of justice in liberalism … More New Book: Marx and Social Justice – Ethics and Natural Law in the Critique of Political Economy
by Henryk Grossman. Edited by Rick Kuhn. From Haymarket Books: Henryk Grossman’s substantial essays highlight vital but still neglected aspects of Marx’s economic theory. Henryk Grossman was one of the best-known and most influential Marxist economists of the 20th century, and yet most of his work remains unavailable to English-speaking audiences. His most famous book, … More New Book: Capitalism’s Contradictions – Studies of Economic Thought Before and After Marx
By J.E. King, This entry begins by setting out the core ideas of Karl Marx (1818–83), with particular reference to the theory of historical materialism and its application to the capitalist mode of production. Marx’s theory of value and distribution receives detailed attention, followed by his models of capital accumulation and economic crisis. Then the … More On Marxian Economics
By Frederick Harry Pitts. From Palgrave: This book critically introduces and compares two of the most compelling contemporary schools of Marxist thought: the German Neue Marx-Lekture, or New Reading of Marx, and Italian postoperaismo. In so doing, it radically updates our understanding of the key categories of Marx’s critique of political economy- including value, money, … More New Book: Critiquing Capitalism Today – New Ways to Read Marx