[Marxism] Surplus-value model of class

Austin, Andrew austina at uwgb.edu
Thu Mar 16 07:23:43 MST 2006

Such reductionism is inconsistent with historical materialist conceptions of productive modalities.  I am still waiting to see proponents of this model generate a viable class analytic.  Hell, I prefer Wright's approach over Resnick-Wolff.  Andrew


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Subject: [Marxism] Surplus-value model of class

Very interesting. This sounds like the "surplus value" model of class favoured by Resnick and Wolff of the University of Massachusetts at Amherst.



<Subject: Re: [Marxism] What kind of socialism are we talking about here?
From: Louis Proyect <lnp3 at panix.com>
Date: Wed, 15 Mar 2006 11:38:40 -0500

What is of
interest to socialists is how oil or copper profits are used, not that the
state owns the mines, wells, etc.

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