[Marxism] Marx's crisis theory
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Wed Apr 10 04:16:43 MDT 2013
Aside from Engels's editing, and that is fairly obvious Engels didn't
understand Marx's value theory, there's plenty of evidence from Marx that
he was less than happy with his own crisis theory. His mathematical
manuscripts have lots of correspondence from his last few years that
testify to this.
On 10 April 2013 09:22, Angelus Novus <fuerdenkommunismus at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Rule #1: YOU MUST clip all extraneous text when replying to a message.
> Phil Ferguson:
> > There is a *50-page section* on the law of the tendency of the rate of
> > profit to fall in vol 3. Hardly a "fragmentary reference".
> Phil, with all due respect, I can tell you haven't read the article,
> because one of the thing that Heinrich addresses is how Engels turned a
> mass of fragmentary notes and digressions into a section of the book, and
> then added titles.
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