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The Resource Marx's 'Grundrisse' and Hegel's 'logic', Hiroshi Uchida ; edited by Terrell Carver, (electronic book)

Marx's 'Grundrisse' and Hegel's 'logic', Hiroshi Uchida ; edited by Terrell Carver, (electronic book)

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Marx's 'Grundrisse' and Hegel's 'logic'
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Marx's 'Grundrisse' and Hegel's 'logic'
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Hiroshi Uchida ; edited by Terrell Carver
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eng
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Marx's Grundrisse is acknowledged as the vital link between Marx's early and late work. It is also a crucial text in elucidating Marx's debt to the idealist philosopher G.W.F. Hegel. This book, first published in 1988, is the first full-length study of that relationship, in a thorough textual analysis which makes the connections explicit and also the Grundrisse's relations to the works of Adam Smith and Aristotle. This book argues that Marx's critique of political economy, and his critique of Hegel, are double interrelated. Not only did Marx adapt Hegelian logic in order to analyse the economic categories crucial to modern society but it is argued that those logical categories were themselves seen as reflections of the productive processes of contemporary commercial society. Uchida reveals a conceptual structure common to the apparently rarefied world of Hegelian conceptual logic and to the supposedly common-sensical world of economic science. Demonstrating this is a considerable achievement, and it allows us to consider precisely what is valuable today in Marx's critical commentary on this conceptual structure and on the type of society in which it is manifested. Uchida's subject, like Marx's, is t̀he force of capital on modern life'
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1939-
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Uchida, Hiroshi
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335.412
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HB97.5
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non fiction
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Carver, Terrell
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Routledge library editions. Marxism
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  • Marxian economics
  • Marx, Karl
  • Hegel, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich
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Marx's 'Grundrisse' and Hegel's 'logic', Hiroshi Uchida ; edited by Terrell Carver, (electronic book)
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<P><STRONG>1. The Introduction to the <I>Grundrisse</I> and the Doctrine of the Notion</STRONG>&nbsp; 1.1. Production in General and t̀he life-process' &nbsp;1.2. Critique of Political Economy and Production in General&nbsp; 1.3. The Method of Political Economy and Ànalytical Method, Synthetic Method, the Simple, and Classification'&nbsp; 1.4. Mode of Production and Ideology, and T̀he Absolute Idea' &nbsp;<B>2. The C̀hapter on Money' and the Doctrine of Being</B>&nbsp; 2.1. Product, Commodity and Money, and Identity, Difference, Opposition and Contradiction'&nbsp; 2.2. The Two Aspects of the Commodity and L̀ikeness and Unlikeness'&nbsp; 2.3. The Commodity-Owner and Ìdeality of Being-for-Itself'&nbsp; 2.4. Money-Subject and S̀ubstance as Subject'&nbsp; 2.5. Price and Q̀uantum'&nbsp; 2.6. Value-Form and the Process of Exchange, and Òne and Many'&nbsp; 2.7. Means of Circulation and M̀easure'&nbsp; 2.8. Treasure and C̀ontradiction Dissolves Itself' &nbsp;<B>3. The C̀hapter on Capital' and the Doctrine of Essence, Part One: G̀enerality of Capital'&nbsp; </B>3.1. The Transition from Money to Capital and P̀ositing Reflection' &nbsp;3.2. The Exchange Between Capital and Labour, the Labour-Process and the Valorisation-Process, and F̀orm, Substance, Matter and Content'&nbsp; 3.3. Labour-Power as general Substance and Relation of Substantiality'&nbsp; 3.4. Component Parts of Capital and T̀he Whole and the Parts' &nbsp;3.5. Manifestation as the Force of Capital and F̀orce and its Manifestation'&nbsp; 3.6. Surplus Capital and Àctuality'&nbsp; 3.7. The Conversion of the Law of Appropriation and Àbsolute Necessity'&nbsp; 3.8. The Reproduction of the Capital Relation and C̀ausality'&nbsp; 3.9. First Critique of Hegel's System&nbsp; <B>4. The C̀hapter on Capital' and the Doctrine of Essence, Part 2: P̀articularity of Capital'</B>&nbsp; 4.1. Particularity of Capital and J̀udgement' &nbsp;4.2. The General Determination and t̀he Categorical Judgement'&nbsp; 4.3. The Particularising Determination and t̀he Hypothetical Judgement'&nbsp; 4.4. Properties of Circulating Capital and Fixed Capital, and F̀orce and its Manifestation'&nbsp; 4.5. The Conversion of the Law of Appropriation and C̀ausality'&nbsp; 4.6. The Individual Determination and t̀he Disjunctive Judgement'&nbsp; 4.7. Second Critique of Hegel's System&nbsp; <STRONG>5.</STRONG> <B>The C̀hapter on Capital' and the Doctrine of Essence, Part 3: Ìndividuality of Capital'</B>&nbsp; 5.1. Profit and S̀yllogism' &nbsp;5.2. Profit of Capital and P̀ositing Reflection, Ground, Identity and Difference'&nbsp; 5.3. Productive Capital and t̀he Whole and its Parts', F̀orce and Its Manifestation'&nbsp; 5.4. Form of Production and Form of Distribution, and C̀ausality'&nbsp; 5.5. Third Critique of Hegel's System</P>
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182 pages
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9781138888500
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Marx's 'Grundrisse' and Hegel's 'logic', Hiroshi Uchida ; edited by Terrell Carver, (electronic book)
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Contents
<P><STRONG>1. The Introduction to the <I>Grundrisse</I> and the Doctrine of the Notion</STRONG>&nbsp; 1.1. Production in General and t̀he life-process' &nbsp;1.2. Critique of Political Economy and Production in General&nbsp; 1.3. The Method of Political Economy and Ànalytical Method, Synthetic Method, the Simple, and Classification'&nbsp; 1.4. Mode of Production and Ideology, and T̀he Absolute Idea' &nbsp;<B>2. The C̀hapter on Money' and the Doctrine of Being</B>&nbsp; 2.1. Product, Commodity and Money, and Identity, Difference, Opposition and Contradiction'&nbsp; 2.2. The Two Aspects of the Commodity and L̀ikeness and Unlikeness'&nbsp; 2.3. The Commodity-Owner and Ìdeality of Being-for-Itself'&nbsp; 2.4. Money-Subject and S̀ubstance as Subject'&nbsp; 2.5. Price and Q̀uantum'&nbsp; 2.6. Value-Form and the Process of Exchange, and Òne and Many'&nbsp; 2.7. Means of Circulation and M̀easure'&nbsp; 2.8. Treasure and C̀ontradiction Dissolves Itself' &nbsp;<B>3. The C̀hapter on Capital' and the Doctrine of Essence, Part One: G̀enerality of Capital'&nbsp; </B>3.1. The Transition from Money to Capital and P̀ositing Reflection' &nbsp;3.2. The Exchange Between Capital and Labour, the Labour-Process and the Valorisation-Process, and F̀orm, Substance, Matter and Content'&nbsp; 3.3. Labour-Power as general Substance and Relation of Substantiality'&nbsp; 3.4. Component Parts of Capital and T̀he Whole and the Parts' &nbsp;3.5. Manifestation as the Force of Capital and F̀orce and its Manifestation'&nbsp; 3.6. Surplus Capital and Àctuality'&nbsp; 3.7. The Conversion of the Law of Appropriation and Àbsolute Necessity'&nbsp; 3.8. The Reproduction of the Capital Relation and C̀ausality'&nbsp; 3.9. First Critique of Hegel's System&nbsp; <B>4. The C̀hapter on Capital' and the Doctrine of Essence, Part 2: P̀articularity of Capital'</B>&nbsp; 4.1. Particularity of Capital and J̀udgement' &nbsp;4.2. The General Determination and t̀he Categorical Judgement'&nbsp; 4.3. The Particularising Determination and t̀he Hypothetical Judgement'&nbsp; 4.4. Properties of Circulating Capital and Fixed Capital, and F̀orce and its Manifestation'&nbsp; 4.5. The Conversion of the Law of Appropriation and C̀ausality'&nbsp; 4.6. The Individual Determination and t̀he Disjunctive Judgement'&nbsp; 4.7. Second Critique of Hegel's System&nbsp; <STRONG>5.</STRONG> <B>The C̀hapter on Capital' and the Doctrine of Essence, Part 3: Ìndividuality of Capital'</B>&nbsp; 5.1. Profit and S̀yllogism' &nbsp;5.2. Profit of Capital and P̀ositing Reflection, Ground, Identity and Difference'&nbsp; 5.3. Productive Capital and t̀he Whole and its Parts', F̀orce and Its Manifestation'&nbsp; 5.4. Form of Production and Form of Distribution, and C̀ausality'&nbsp; 5.5. Third Critique of Hegel's System</P>
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AH28501969
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182 pages
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electronic
Governing access note
After 5 minutes Preview, click on &#x32;Request Access&#x33;, fill in a form with your details. If triggered, the book will be loaned and tied to the one user for 1 week, during which time users can read or download as they choose. 4th user request triggers auto-purchase
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9781138888500
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