[Marxism] The absence of real forces [was: The low point]
jbustelo at gmail.com
Fri Aug 3 14:48:24 MDT 2007
Sayan "Marx recognized workers' struggle as a fundamental axis not just on
phenomenological grounds, however. It was also because of theoretical
reasons: the labor theory of value makes labor (and hence workers) a key
element in the scheme of things."
I don't believe a new theory of value is needed at all. I think where the
problems come in that need theoretical work is in the interaction of various
national capitalisms as part of a world capitalist system.
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