Beyond Capital: Marx's Political Economy of the Working Class

Beyond Capital Marx s Political Economy of the Working Class A completely reworked edition of his classic volume Michael Lebowitz s Beyond Capital explores one of the great debates among Marx scholars that of the implications of Marx s uncompleted works Lebow

  • Title: Beyond Capital: Marx's Political Economy of the Working Class
  • Author: Michael A. Lebowitz
  • ISBN: 9780333964309
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Paperback
  • A completely reworked edition of his classic volume, Michael Lebowitz s Beyond Capital explores one of the great debates among Marx scholars, that of the implications of Marx s uncompleted works Lebowitz focuses on the side of the workers, which, he argues, was not developed in Marx s Das Kapital and which was to be the subject of his intended book on wage labor Beyond CA completely reworked edition of his classic volume, Michael Lebowitz s Beyond Capital explores one of the great debates among Marx scholars, that of the implications of Marx s uncompleted works Lebowitz focuses on the side of the workers, which, he argues, was not developed in Marx s Das Kapital and which was to be the subject of his intended book on wage labor Beyond Capital criticizes the one sidedness of much of Marxist thought and argues that Marx s political economy of the working class and the way in which human beings produce themselves through their struggles are central for going beyond capital.

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  • Fantastic book, makes forcefully the argument that Marx's Capital is written about and from the perspective of capital - and hence that there are absences which would have been tackled in a later book about Labour. In trying to sketch out some answers to these absences, Lebowitz makes an important point with relevance to practice on the hetereogeneity of the working class and its construction (echoing Thompson).


  • Some sound readings of passages in Marx, primarily in Capital, where Marx moves towards, but leaves unsaid, an analysis of wage labor, though I'm not sure there's much new here, especially for anyone familiar with Italian workerism. The big problem with the book, though, is that Lebowitz never really thinks about why Marx might have failed to write the book on wage labor that he promised; it seems to me, in fact, that the problems of Lebowitz's book give us a clue. Lebowitz attempts to give us a [...]


  • Sobre el volumen faltante sobre el salario ver Michael Lebowitz, Beyond Capital: Marx´s Political Economy of the Working Class (London: Macmillan, 1992). Imperio Pág.177


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