The Capital: Critique of Political Economy by Karl Marx – Volume 2
The Capital is a theoretical text in materialist philosophy, economics, sociology and politics written by Karl Marx. This text has as main topics the metamorphoses of capital and their circuits, the turnover of capital and the reproduction and circulation of the aggregate social capital.
Marx examines the processes of production, distribution, and exchange in a capitalist society, focusing on the exploitative nature of the capitalist system. He explores concepts like labor theory of value, surplus value, and the exploitation of the working class. Through his critique, Marx aims to expose the structural flaws of capitalism and advocate for a more equitable and just economic system. “The Capital” remains a cornerstone of Marxist theory and an influential text in the field of economics and social sciences.
Karl Marx: The Capital II
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